WASHINGTON - Tiffany was lost. A high school dropout - she was living on the streets of D.C. "I didn't really have any structure. I was just kind of - just living and surviving," she told FOX 5’s Allison Seymour.
But she credits the Salvation Army with helping her turn her life around. The non-profit helped the young mother with the supportive services she needed - like a place to live - while she worked to get her life on track.
The Salvation Army uses donations, like those collected from their annual Red Kettle Campaigns, to provide mothers like Tiffany with places to stay and with services for their children.
They also help with educational services to get those in need moving in the right direction.
The Red Kettle Campaign kickoff will be held on November 9th at 10:30 a.m. outside the Giant at Cathedral Commons!
You can find more information about the campaign and see how you can donate on-line here: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/