Salvation Army Red Kettle 5K Run

Salvation Army Red Kettle 5K Run

The Red Kettle Run is a family-friendly 5K run located at the Raccoon River Park on November 2nd starting at 9am.

The fee for participation is $10 or five family-sized, personal care items (such as shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, shaving cream and body soap) in which will be used for Salvation Army clients at their two food pantries. You can register or donate online here.

The Red Kettle Run is an exciting event to help The Salvation Army kick off their annual Red Kettle Campaign.

The Red Kettle bell ringing season starts on Nov. 8 but you can register now online or call 243-RING to ring a bell at a location and time most convenient to you.

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