Milton Christmas Kettle Campaign

Each year, during the month leading up to Christmas, The Salvation Army runs the Christmas Kettle Fundraising Campaign.  The kettle campaign originally began in 1891 in San Francisco, but has since spread to other parts of the world.  With over 2,000 "kettle" locations across Canada, the kettle campaign is one of Canada's largest and most well-known charitable events.

All of the funds raised in Milton as part of the kettle campaign stay in the local community to support Khi Community's food bank and family services.  The Salvation Army's annual kettle campaign in Milton would not be successful without the support of the community of Milton — our donors, partners and volunteers.  Thank you for your continued support.


There are multiple kettle locations around Milton.  We are in need of "bell ringer" volunteers to man the bubbles.  For more information, please visit our Kettle Campaign website,, or contact our kettle coordinator, Kara.
A bell is rung beside an old-fashioned red Salvation Army kettle


A bell is rung beside an old-fashioned red Salvation Army kettle
Donors can donate at the various kettle locations around Milton, either by putting cash or a cheque into the bubble or using the contactless card machine fixed to the stand.  Alternatively, The Salvation Army offers a secure online payment system.  We also accept donations at our office, 820 Nipissing Rd.