If you did any shopping over the holiday weekend you most likely heard the ringing before you saw the red kettle. The Salvation Army is back with their annual tradition, The Red Kettle Campaign, with the hopes to raise over $750,000 this year.
It's only been a little over a week and my heart still hurts for those victims and their families like the moment I found out about it. There have been a ton of ways people have been raising money and the next one scheduled, will be in Schenectady.
In the wake of the horrible crash that killed twenty people in Schoharie, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been donated to the families. With all of the Go Fund Me accounts being set up, the state says that there is a way to verify their authenticity.
Today (Monday December 4th) we are spending the entire day collecting monetary donations and goods for the victims of the devastating fire that ripped through downtown Cohoes. Here's how you can be a part of it.
As a resident of Cohoes and witnessing the devastating fire that happened on Thursday, it left myself and the entire Capital Region asking how we can help. Join us Monday as we kick off our Rebuild Cohoes Relief Effort.