Salvation Army Seeking Donations

With just a few days left of the signature holiday bell ringing campaign tradition, the Salvation Army is reporting that the group is quite a bit behind last year’s campaign numbers.

According to Major Wesley Dalberg, Port Huron Corps Officer, “These donations are vital to The Salvation Army. These funds help [the group] reach out and help people in St. Clair County during the holidays and throughout the coming year.”

Some 700 families and over 1,300 children have already received assistance with Christmas gifts and food for holiday meals through the Salvation Army. Thousands more will receive help and hope during 2020 thanks to the generosity of St. Clair County residents. Year-end donations can be made in several ways. Of course, the red kettles in operation throughout the county are the most visible and convenient way if you are out and about. But the local Salvation Army wants residents to know they can also drop donations off to The Salvation Army at 2000 Court St. in Port Huron or give online at

Reporting for WGRT, Karly Hurley.