It’s that time of year again. If you haven’t heard them already, you’ll be hearing them soon as you step out of your car heading in to your favorite store. It’s the familiar and season-welcoming “ding ding” of the Salvation Army Bell Ringer faithfully standing at the Red Kettle. This is the biggest fundraising time for The Salvation Army and it takes a LOT of man hours, employees, and volunteers to raise the necessary funds to “Do the Most Good.” The boots-on-the-ground most necessary part of the work is the Bell Ringer. Whether they are paid workers or volunteers, the Bell Ringer helps make Christmas feel more like Christmas for a lot of people. Here are 10 ways you can help make their time at the kettle a blessing.
1. Make eye contact and say hello.
This is the simplest, cheapest way to bless someone. If you’ve never been a…
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