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We all know it’s been a tough almost two years for the Big Bend and our nation. The pandemic has caused people to lose jobs, loves ones and maybe, even hope. But a new normal is starting to emerge. We’re beginning to return to some of the familiar traditions that connect us as a community. And for the holidays, that’s the familiar sounds of the Salvation Army bells and that iconic red kettle.

Last year, due to COVID-19 concerns, WCTV hosted a virtual Red Kettle Takeover day. But this year, we are back! The WCTV family is so excited to ring again, in-person, at the Walmart off Thomasville Road. We can’t wait to see your smiling faces and catch up!

Also, because last year’s virtual red kettle was so popular, we’re offering it again this year, for people, who’d like to make an online donation.

By clicking the link provided and making a donation, it’s just like you’re putting money in one of our kettles. All the money, given through this page, WILL stay right here in the Big Bend. Every year, you show up BIG TIME. Over the past seven years, you’ve helped us raise more than $32,000 to help those living in Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla counties.

So please give what you can. Whether you donate $1 or $100, know you are making a HUGE difference in our community.

Thanks again for your continued support of this day. We hope you and your family have a joyous and healthy holiday season.

- The WCTV Family