Beckley Salvation Army Seeking Bell Ringers

Need a little extra money this holiday season? The Beckley Salvation Army is offering temporary paid positions that may help individuals meet their financial goals.

According to Major Ron Mott of the Salvation Army, bell ringers are needed throughout the Beckley area.

Not only do bell ringers get to pocket a little extra cash, they are able to help raise money for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, which helps provide shelter to those experiencing homelessness, meals to those who are hungry, presents for children and offers support to those in the local community who find themselves in need.

The hourly pay for bell-ringing is competitive and the hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., Mott said.

Individuals who wish to apply may go to the Salvation Army located at 312 South Fayette Street, Beckley, WV, 25801, to pick up an application.

Mott also noted that the Salvation Army is seeking civic organization volunteer bell ringers as well.


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