The Estevan Salvation Army is on their way to helping those in and around Estevan to have a Merry Christmas.
Major Heather Harbin shared that the shelves of the Food Bank are starting to look good.
"We're starting to get some stuff in. People are beginning to donate. We're not totally full but we're hoping as the Christmas season goes on, that that's going to change. There are food drives, different places have food drives over Christmas which is good."
She added that a lot of their focus right now is on their kettles and our mailed donations.
"So it's more monetary which is fine because we're able to go and purchase what we need. Our kettles are out all the time and people are mailing in their donations to us."
The Christmas kettle program kicked off on November 30th at five locations around Estevan.
"We're at 30% of our goal which is good, we just started. Next week is halfway so if we're at 50% next week we're on track."
Harbin mentioned that if you can't make it to one of the kettles that are set up, you can come into the Salvation Army or mail in a donation well.