Alert: Be Aware of Door-To-Door Scams



The Salvation Army is warning homeowners that if someone comes to the door soliciting donations, it may be a scam.

The Salvation Army does not solicit door-to-door, nor do we and any request for donations on the street, at a home, or from a car. The Red Kettle Campaign is an annual partnership with local community retail locations and other permitted business locations.

The Salvation Army also donations through direct mail, their official website or donations are accepted directly through an administration office. The charity also organizes special events and may use the shiny red kettles as part of their annual fundraising efforts.

If someone is approached by anyone soliciting donations for The Salvation Army door-to-door, the Salation Army receommends that you should turn away and should notify local law enforcement.

During the Holy week, Easter holiday and Spring season, be wary of these types of scams.

God Bless You!

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