Super One Matching Red Kettle Donations

Donations Made At Super One Matched Up to $50,000

Hermantown based Miner’s Incorporated has pledged to donate up to $50,000 to the Salvation Army.

Miner’s Inc. is the parent company of Super One grocery stores and has pledged to match every cent collected by bell ringers outside their stores, between noon Friday and 3 p.m. December 24.

The donation match will cut off at $50,000 but if the maximum is given, the Salvation Army would reach their goal of a $275,000 in red kettle donations this holiday season.

Salvation Army Director of Development, Gordon Mesedahl said this year’s campaign needed a shot in the arm and Super One’s donation match pledge will be just that.

Mesedahl added that he loves the math the pledge allows for, i.e. $1 donations become $2 donations  and $5 donations become $10 donations. 

As of Friday afternoon, the Salvation Army was $100,000.00 short of their goal for the season. 

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