Kyabram Salvation Army Captains John and Gail Roberts appeal to the community for help volunteering during doorknockMay 3, 2014 3:25am
Kyabram Salvation Army Captain John Roberts is prepared to do his part for the annual Red Shield Appeal.
Kyabram Salvation Army are asking for people to dig deep and volunteer this weekend for the annual Red Shield Appeal doorknock.
Corps Officer Gail Roberts said individuals, scouts, girl guides and football clubs had all signed up and they still needed more volunteers to reach their target.
‘‘Our goal is to raise $10
Australia-wide the Salvation Army is hoping to raise more than $10
Last year, the Salvation Army helped more than 550
To register, phone Gail or John Roberts on 5852
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