Tuscaloosa Academy Students Ring Bells for Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign
Students from Tuscaloosa Academy were ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Wednesday morning in the car line as parents dropped off their children for school.
The children are members of the Student Government Association and range in age from First through Fourth Grade.
Participant Kayleigh Sunquist said she was ringing the bell to help other people and it made her feel good.
Michael Chisolm, a captain in the Tuscaloosa Salvation Army, said seeing the children ringing the bell was so inspiring and such a blessing.
Their annual fundraising campaign began last month and seeks to raise $100,000 this holiday season. Listeners can give to the Red Kettle Campaign online at tuscaloosakettle.org
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