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Fewer shopping days in holiday season leads to decrease in Salvation Army donations

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Fewer shopping days in holiday season leads to decrease in Salvation Army donations

Fewer shopping days in holiday season leads to decrease in Salvation Army donations

The bells have been ringing and the red kettles have been shining outside stores since the day after Thanksgiving.

But this year that meant the window for giving was almost a week and a half shorter than most years and donations are way down jeopardizing important programs.


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