The Salvation Army said they are behind on making their goal for this year’s Christmas campaign. Administrators blame today’s cashless society.
They said many shoppers carry less cash than they did in the past and that means fewer donations in their red kettles. If you don’t carry cash while shopping, the Salvation Army would like you to use your plastic at one of their thrift stores for Christmas campaign donations.
Bell ringers will be out until Christmas Eve.
You can make donations through end of January and still get a tax credit for the Salvation Army’s 2013 Christmas Campaign.