JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — Within the midst of a difficult 12 months, the Jackson County Salvation Military acquired a beneficiant donation, a gold coin.
It says with 50% of the volunteers unable to help this season resulting from COVID-19, the Salvation Military in Jackson County is down by $25,000 and has not raised half of the $160,000 objective.
Nonetheless, in a Christmas season not like another, they acquired some excellent news, the coin was put right into a purple kettle in Medford yesterday. The gold coin is value $1,800.
With a scarcity of funds being raised from the Crimson Kettle Marketing campaign this 12 months, the Salvation Military says this can be a reminder of the generosity of our neighborhood.