A helper has come to the aid of the Kansas City area Salvation Army and will push the charity closer to its $1.5 million Christmas Campaign goal. That’s good news for the bell ringers working the red kettles. In this 2013 file photo, Alan Christiansen of Kansas City did the honors at Broadway Avenue and Nichols Road in the Country Club Plaza.
A helper has come to the aid of the Kansas City area Salvation Army and will push the charity closer to its $1.5 million Christmas Campaign goal. That’s good news for the bell ringers working the red kettles. In this 2013 file photo, Alan Christiansen of Kansas City did the honors at Broadway Avenue and Nichols Road in the Country Club Plaza. FRED BLOCHER Kansas City Star file photo
A helper has come to the aid of the Kansas City area Salvation Army and will push the charity closer to its $1.5 million Christmas Campaign goal. That’s good news for the bell ringers working the red kettles. In this 2013 file photo, Alan Christiansen of Kansas City did the honors at Broadway Avenue and Nichols Road in the Country Club Plaza. FRED BLOCHER Kansas City Star file photo

Kansas City’s Salvation Army gets a boost

December 19, 2014 5:18 PM

More Videos

  • Time for the city to step up and fix discrimination problems in the fire department, attorney says

    Kansas City Missouri firefighter Tarshish Jones and attorneys Lynne Bratcher and Erin Vernon react after a jury awarded Jones over $350,000 in compensatory damages following a race discrimination suit over promotions in the fire department.