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Do the Salvation Army bell ringers get a percentage of the money left in their kettle at the end of their day or month?

The Salvation Army would like to use volunteers exclusively to ring bells at their kettles, but it has been unable to attract a sufficient number, said Capt. Wesley Dalberg. So some kettle workers are paid. These workers are seasonal employees who receive an hourly wage. They do not receive any cut from the kettle income, Dalberg said.


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