As one ETX man attempts to donate 81 hours to world record, other organizations need donations
POSTED: Wednesday, December 4, 2013 - 8:33pm
UPDATED: Thursday, December 5, 2013 - 9:22am
Tyler, Texas — As Andre Thompson attempts to ring a bell for the Salvation Army Kettle Drive 2013 World Record bell ringer competition for 81 consecutive hours, other organizations; including the Salvation Army, are in need of donations this year.
First United Methodist church's Mission House of Bullard, is low on donations this year. According to the founder of Mission House, Hazel Mason, this year has been low and they are in need of donations for their Christmas giving drive. To learn how you can donate visit: http://bullardfumc.org/TheMissionHouse or call Hazel or Dean Mason at: 903-894-0109.
Meels on Wheels "Santa for Seniors" contributes to senior citizens in the East Texas area who don't have family during the holidays, and often times they need the basics like blankets, coats, and walkers. To donate to Meals on Wheels Santa for Seniors visit call: 903-593-7385 Toll Free: 1-800-451-2912
Salvation Army is also accepting donations during their Kettle bell drive across various locations in East Texas but to learn how you can donate specifically for children this Christmas visit: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/texas/nov-please-dont-forget-adwords?gclid=CJyh2Ob2l7sCFSdp7AodRC0AtQ Those interested in volunteering may contact Chantel Millin at: 903-592-4361.