Kevin Frankish and Breakfast Television Helps to Fill the Kettle

by John McAlister
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For his third consecutive year, Kevin Frankish, co-host of Toronto’s Number 1 morning show Breakfast Television, is an on-line bell-ringer.

In 2009, the BT ikettle raised close to $45,000 for The Salvation Army during the Christmas season.

The iKettle is an easy-to-use online tool that allows participants to customize their own iKettle web page and then invite others via e-mail to donate. All donations support programs in the local community of the donor.

This year, The Salvation Army has developed a new, innovative fundraising option. At fillthekettle.com visitors can make a secure, online donation to a specific kettle location or share that kettle with others through social networking sites, asking for their support.

The number of Canadians living in poverty remains unacceptably high and continues to grow. The Salvation Army’s need to maintain its fundraising is vital to ensure that important programs can be retained.

The Salvation Army is most grateful to all those who support its Christmas efforts.

Help fill The Breakfast Television Kettle!