MEDFORD, ORE. — It’s a sound that reminds you the time of the year. The bell from the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign will begin ringing in Jackson County on Friday November 14.
This year, the organization hopes to raise $170,000 throughout 30 locations. That money will be used to help the less fortunate in the area through a number of the organization’s programs.
They are still in need of volunteers. If you’d like to learn more, you can click here.
Kyle Aevermann originally joined NBC5 News in 2012 as a morning producer and reporter. Kyle left NBC5 to report in Milwaukee, WI. He then spent months backpacking across Asia. He returned to NBC5 to co-anchor NBC5 News at Sunrise.
Originally from the Chicago area, he headed west to intern at KISL-FM on Catalina Island. Kyle then moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2009 to work in Social Media.
Kyle loves hiking, traveling, discovering cultures and has a serious obsession for good food.