LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Even though it seems like the holiday season is weeks away, the Salvation Army is looking for volunteers for the Christmas Kettle Drive.
Over the past 12 months, the Salvation Army has provided more than 4,300 food orders and and has helped more than 750 families. Bell ringers are in high demand.
The kettle season will begin on Friday, November 22 and end on December 24.
Two-hour shifts are available throughout the day and there are multiple locations in Lafayette and West Lafayette.
For more information on donations or how to volunteer click here .
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