Walmart Canada to Help Fill the Kettle

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On Thursday, December 20, Walmart Canada will match donations made by individuals to Salvation Army Christmas kettles located in its stores nationwide up to a maximum of $100,000.

The Salvation Army encourages shoppers to visit Walmart on December 20 and make a donation. Every donation makes an impact in the life of someone in need.

Walmart Canada has become a strong supporter of The Salvation Army over the past number of years and The Salvation Army is once again grateful and impressed with the generosity shown by Walmart Canada.

This is the third year that The Salvation Army will host Walmart Fill the Kettle Day and we trust that, with Christmas only days away, Canadians will respond as we strive to meet fundraising goals.

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