Kudos of the Month: Salvation Army Volunteer Bell Ringers

The Salvation Army is marching into battle against all types of needs this year, and at the forefront in fundraising efforts are volunteer bell ringers throughout Greater Tulsa.
Each year increasingly, The Salvation Army serves more than 25 million people across America, including many in Greater Tulsa. That means more than 55 million meals for the hungry, more than 10 million nights of shelter for the homeless, and countless Christmas gifts for children who may otherwise go without.
Funds raised by a Salvation Army Bell Ringer make a year-round impact in the community through social services assistance, homeless shelters, disaster relief, children’s programs, rehabilitation services, anti-human trafficking and more.
There are few things more rewarding than giving of one’s time to help others. Often referred to as “the Army behind the Army,” volunteers play a crucial role in our ability to help those in need in our communities. Salvation Army volunteers change lives and in the process, enrich their own lives. Opportunities are available for individuals, corporations, schools, civic groups and other organizations. For information, call 918-587-7801

RINGING FOR OTHERS: Volunteer bell ringers from the Broken Arrow 4-H Club ring their bells at the Bass Pro Shop in Broken Arrow.