Green Bay, Wis.(WFRV)--The Salvation Army's bell ringing kettle drive may be over, but the Christmas campaign continues.
The Salvation Army of Brown County as raised nearly $840,000 dollars.
That's about 70 percent of their $1.2 million dollar goal.
Group leaders say they are more than three percent behind where they were last year at this time
Donations through January will go towards the 20-12 goal.
Local Five's Kris Schuller interviewed Captain Ken Shiels about the need this year.
To learn how you can donate online, head to the Salvation Army website.