State reps ring bell for Salvation Army

On Saturday, Dec. 2, state Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132) and Rep. Laura Devlin (R-134) rang the bell for the Salvation Army outside the Stop & Shop at 1160 Kings Highway Cut-off in Fairfield.

“Once again the Fairfield community demonstrated the true spirit of the season by giving to those in need. The generosity was heartwarming and will make a difference to many in need,” Devlin said. “We thank to everyone who came by and made the season brighter.”

“I am happy the money we collected will go directly towards helping struggling families in our community,” Kupchick said. “The Salvation Army provides invaluable aid in many different forms for families including helping with heating costs, putting food on the table and making sure people have winter clothing. The many donations we received show how much Fairfield residents care about others in need in our community.”

If you were unable to stop by during our time ringing the bell but wish to donate to the Salvation Army text CTREP to 71777 and donate directly to the House and Senate Republicans’ Red Kettle. All proceeds will be donated directly to The Salvation Army.

State Rep. Laura Devlin and state Rep. Brenda Kupchick ring the bell as volunteers for the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign outside Stop & Shop, 1160 Kings Highway Cut-off, Dec. 2.

State Rep. Laura Devlin and state Rep. Brenda Kupchick ring the bell as volunteers for the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign outside Stop & Shop, 1160 Kings Highway Cut-off, Dec. 2.

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