Salvation Army Facing Holiday Shortages After Telling White Donors to Face Their Racism
Toward the end of last month, The Salvation Army, which is one of the largest charitable organizations around the Christmas season came under some serious backlash after it was discovered that they had gone woke and had been promoting this liberal ideology of white people needing to face their racism head-on.
This was revealed after their ‘Let’s Talk About Racism’ guide surfaced and their true colors were exposed.
However, in a surprising revelation, the Salvation Army has chosen to ask donors to dig a little deeper than into their wallets. As donors toss dollars into the “red kettle” donation pot, white people are being asked to repent for their whiteness.
We kid you not. The Salvation Army has created an “International Social Justice Commission”. Through this new initiative, an organization dedicated to helping the unfortunate is trying to impress upon white people that they are the reason these people are less fortunate.
Oddly enough, an organization with roots in Christianity is trying to persuade Christians to accept that they are institutionally racist. Here we go again with the systemic racism garbage. Now this insane and untrue ideology is bleeding into Christmas.
Since then, they have come under some very strong criticism and are in trouble financially now as they aren’t getting as many donations as they normally do. They said that they’re facing holiday shortages now.
According to Fox 13,
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.
“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,” said Colonel Cindy Foley of the NW Salvation Army Division. “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.”
Not only is the nonprofit organization short on donations, they also are in desperate need of bell ringers to staff the red kettles seen at businesses around the country.
Here’s a thought though, maybe if they don’t accuse the majority of the population of being racist, this wouldn’t happen.