December 20, 2005

ME, EH?:

Sally Ann drive falls short (ASHLEY JOANNOU, Dec. 20, 2005, Toronto Sun)

Busy shoppers looking for the right gift appear to be walking past the Salvation Army's kettles this year, which could leave thousands of children without a gift at all.

With only five days left, the Salvation Army division that services most of central Ontario, including Toronto, is barely halfway to its goal of $1.65 million to help 16,000 Toronto families this holiday season — including 25,000 children.

"As far as anyone can remember, at least in the last five years, we have always met our target," Major Michele Percy, spokesperson for the central Ontario Salvation Army said last night.


Just give me my National Health and leave me alone.

Posted by Orrin Judd at December 20, 2005 7:55 AM
Comments

The stores in Ontario are letting the Salvation Army set up kettles outside? That's a shocker all by itself.

Posted by: John at December 20, 2005 9:48 AM
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