Christmas Kettle Appeal 2012

The Christmas Kettle Appeal is a unique fund-raising project that enables The Salvation Army to continue its work with the needy and underprivileged.

Every year, staff and volunteers take to the streets ringing bells and encouraging passers-by to drop a donation into the kettles.

Volunteers are needed to help to man the red Christmas Kettle Pots and ring the bells, to help raise funds for the children, youth, elderly and needy families in our care.

Kettling is from Mon – Sat, 1pm – 9pm from 24 Nov till 24 Dec.

Each kettling shift is 2 hours (starting from every “odd” hour i.e. 1pm, 3pm etc)

2 volunteers to a kettling shift

You may choose to sign up in pairs with your friends or family or we will assign another volunteer to partner you for the shift

Kettlers need to be 16 years old as at 31 Dec this year, unless accompanied by a parent/guardian.

For group volunteers, you are also welcome to adopt the pot for a day.

Certification of voluntary involvement is available upon request.

You may read up more about the project at