Student Group Volunteer Bell Ringing
Christmas Red Kettle Season 2018


When you ring bells for The Salvation Army, you bring hope, help and love to people in your neighborhood.

We hope to inspire young people to serve others by providing a fun volunteer opportunity for area students. 

Get a Group! Make it Fun!

We call them #LoveYourNeighbor Saturdays and especially encourage schools to adopt a red kettle at a convenient locations on Saturdays during our red kettle campaign.  #LoveYourNeighbor Saturdays are from 10 a.m.--6 p.m. and groups provide bell ringers for 1-2 hour shifts.

Single Shifts

School volunteer groups can sign up for a two-hour shift at one of their local Red Kettle locations.

It’s Easy To Sign Up--Call 513-381-RING (7464) for more information or contact our Kettle Coordinator, Robin Webster at robin.webster@use.salvationarmy.org  to reserve your location and times.

Please click here to download the student volunteer waiver form.

Why Ring?

The Money You Raise Directly Impacts Your Community

Giving stays local! Almost 90% of every dollar goes directly back to work in your neighborhood to help neighbors in need.

Earn Community and Volunteer Service Hours

Volunteering as a bell ringer qualifies as community service.

Learn How Much You Raised

You will receive an email to let you how much you, your school or volunteer group raised.

It's Fun!

Pack your hot chocolate, some cookies and your camera, and make this a fun holiday outing. Dance around, sing carols, play instruments and make it your own. Who knows...you might start a new tradition with your friends!