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Paper Kettle Program
Paper Kettle Program
A Turnkey Program for Point-of-Sale Fund Raising.
What Is A Paper Kettle?
An alternative to the traditional on-site Red Kettles collecting donations at businesses.
Utilizes transactions at point-of-sale to receive customer donations.
Paper Kettles are available as pin-ups in $1 and $5 increments in lots of 100.
Paper Kettles can be imprinted with UPC codes provided by the business.
Why Do A Paper Kettle Program?
Support The Salvation Army by “Doing the Most Good” in the community.
Your participation promotes your company’s commitment to giving back.
Your support makes the community a better place and ties you positively to your customer’s good will.
Your leadership provides your business with a “halo effect” in the community.
Who Utilizes Paper Kettles?
Companies who have retail locations to support HOSTING a Paper Kettle Campaign with their customers and patrons to collect donations for a designated period of time.
Companies who want to offer their customers a convenient way to donate to The Salvation Army, especially during the peak holiday season.
How Does a Paper Kettle Program Work?
Company commits to execute a Paper Kettle campaign during November and/or December.
Company provides cost coverage for a minimum of 500 Paper Kettles and places an order for Paper Kettles in $1 and/or $5 denominations.
Company can customize their Paper Kettles with a UPC Code, which can be provided when quantities are ordered.
Company is responsible for activating the program for specified run-dates and with any other suitable means of promotions.
Donation is credited to hosting company and acknowledged with tax benefits.
Paper Kettle Hosting Ideas
Create a competition between stores in your system to encourage employees and customers to have fun with the program.
Consider awarding prizes for best performances.
Announce the program to local media and give participating stores community PR and press coverage opportunities.
Create a small customer incentive by having vendors provide giveaways or discount offers for everyone who donates $5 or more.
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