Salvation Army surpasses $70K fundraising goal for match day
Over the weekend, the community's generosity helped the Salvation Army surpass its fundraising target for the match day.
The Red Kettle campaign surpassed its goal of raising $70,000 for it's annual match day.
An anonymous donor matched every $20 with $80 on Saturday.
The Salvation Army's goal for the season is $350,000. It's still about $100,000 short of reaching that goal.
(This article has been updated to reflect that the $70,000 goal was for the match day, not the entire season.)