iKettle makes online donations easy | DrumhellerMail
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Last updateFri, 14 Jun 2024 6pm

iKettle makes online donations easy

    The iKettle phenomenon is catching as an iKettle in the community is now ranked sixth in the country for donations.
    Last week a generous online donation from Rod Dyck of Rosedale Concrete Works of $1,000 put the Drumheller iKettle, sponsored by Q91, up to $1,900.
    Introduced a couple years ago, the iKettle has become a safe and easy way to donate to the local kettle campaign. Online donations are just like regular donations. The funds go to the local Salvation Army to fund local programs. It is less work for the local office at this busy time of year as an e-receipt is automatically generated.
    The iKettle allows the donor to make their contribution using a credit card or through PayPal. iKettle also allows donors or hosts to send emails to help fill iKettle.        Donors can host a kettle, or they can simply give to an existing one. There is no registration fee to participate.
    So far the iKettle is catching on. Last year, the Drumheller Salvation Army was also ranked in the top 10 across Canada for online donations. This year they appear to be on the same track.
    To make a donation to the Kettle, simply go to www.ikettle.ca or www.drumsa.org, and follow the banner link on the bottom of the page.


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