Saturday is Match Day for Salvation Army
An anonymous donor is boosting the Salvation Army this weekend.
The Salvation Army in Vanderburgh and Warrick Counties has received an anonymous gift of $10,000 to match coins and bills dropped in the red kettles on Saturday.
In a press release, the organization said the donation will hopefully spur additional gifts.
This year’s red kettle goal is $225,000.
Major Mark Turner said donations have passed $90,000 or about 40% of goal.
The organization said the lateness of Thanksgiving this year has reduced the number of available bell-ringing days.