Welcome! This year, we are offering you the opportunity to choose your own Kettle Shift.

  1. Select your prefered city and location
  2. Select the date your interested in
  3. Select an open time slot (Shifts are 2hrs)
  4. Fill in your contact information and submit

If you have entered an email address, you will be sent a Shift Confirmation Email.
Please ensure you record your shift date and time so you can arrive on time.

Note: Only time slots available to fill are able to be selected.

The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign is one of Canada’s largest and most recognizable annual charitable events. In addition to the critical fundraising impact of the Campaign, the Christmas kettles boost the Army’s visibility and awareness. In fact, there are more than 2,000 kettle locations across Canada that support a wide range of Salvation Army programs.

For many Canadians, the Christmas kettles are their only point of contact with The Salvation Army all year. According to public opinion polling, more than half of all Salvation Army donors list “giving to a Christmas kettle” as their primary method of giving to The Salvation Army.

Furthermore, the Army relies on the co-operation of numerous retail partners to ensure the ongoing success of this campaign. Continued goodwill from these retail partners is critical.

What is The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign?

The Salvation Army’s Christmas Kettle Campaign is a fundraising effort that occurs each year during the Christmas season. Kettles are found in nearly 2,000 locations across Canada and are an opportunity for the public to donate whatever funds they can to support the work of The Salvation Army during the Christmas season and throughout the year.

What is FilltheKettle.com?
FilltheKettle.com is a microsite owned and operated by The Salvation in Canada that contains all necessary information to support the work of The Salvation Army using the online environment. Visitors can:

  • Make a general donation in support of the work of The Salvation Army.
  • Donate online directly to kettles located across Canada.
  • Host your own online kettle, encouraging friends and family to donate.

Once you visit www.FilltheKettle.com, simply choose your option and follow the steps to participate in The Salvation Army’s 2019 Christmas Campaign. 

What happens to the money raised?

All money raised stays on The Sunshine Coast.  For too many Canadians, the necessities of life needed for basic human dignity are out of reach. Poverty is the root cause that puts dignity out of reach for millions of Canadians, making access to everyday needs, like food, clothing and shelter, difficult.

Funds raised through donations made at Christmas kettles, together with other sources of funds, help provide direct, compassionate, hands-on service to approximately 1.8 million people each year in Canada, restoring hope and dignity to those who might otherwise remain invisible in society.

How does The Salvation Army determine where the funds raised will be used?
While Salvation Army Christmas kettles can be found all across Canada, each Christmas kettle location is organized and managed by a local Salvation Army unit. In the case of physical and online donations to a specific kettle, the funds stay in the community in which they were donated and are used to support local Salvation Army programs. Donations to a online kettle hosted by those who sign-up are allocated to the community of the donor.

How do people receive tax receipts for their online donation?

The online system will automatically generate an official, government approved e-receipt accompanied by an e-mail thanking the donor for their generous support of the work of The Salvation Army. The process typically only takes a few minutes at which point the transaction is complete.

How can I volunteer my time on a kettle in my community?
November 22, 2019 – December 24, 2019
11am – 5pm   2hr Shifts

For more information, you can reach our Kettle Coordinator at kettlecampaign@eastlink.ca or call the office at 604-886-3665 and ask for Darrell.