The title of this article should have been “know your audience”.
Events that no living person experienced nor was responsible for.
Now the organization is reporting that they have experienced a shortfall in donations….
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I could be facetious here and ask why, but we all know why. These two events are no doubt related, and it shouldn’t take a rocket scientist to make the connection.
Alienating a huge portion—probably the vast majority of the donor base is never a good idea, and that is exactly what The Salvation Army did in pushing CRT.
You go woke you go broke as President Trump tells us.
Here’s more on the reported shortfall in donations:
Never give them another dime
‘The situation is dire'; Salvation Army facing toy, donation shortage ahead of holidays https://t.co/xZCBaXrRdA
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) December 15, 2021
Salvation Army in Willimantic facing toy shortage ahead of annual toy distribution
— FOX61 (@FOX61News) December 17, 2021
The Post Millennial featured a statement made by Salvation Army officials, but they neglect to touch on the real reason why donations are down:
Per a statement from Colonel Cindy Foley of the NW Salvation Army group: “There are many reasons why both financial and toy donations are down this year, not the least of which is likely pandemic fatigue and concerns about employment and the future,” she said.
“We are actually trying to provide food, shelter, toys and clothing to double the number of families we served last Christmas, and in the midst of the growing need we are seeing fewer people donating at our virtual and physical kettles.”
— Baghdad Bob / Reality Czar (@BaghdadBobCzar) December 17, 2021
People to whom they pander didn't make up difference?
'The situation is dire'; Salvation Army facing toy, donation shortage ahead of holidayshttps://t.co/gUC3EMwu4j
— duane poole @ Duanepoole (@duanepoole) December 17, 2021
Fox 13 Seattle reported on the local shortages:
The Salvation Army is facing a shortage of toys and donations ahead of the holiday season, and urge communities to find a way to help.
The nonprofit reports it gets 75% of total annual donations during November and December, and they are once again in need of support. That help can come in the form of an online donation at the virtual Northwest Red Kettle.