Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Reasor’s will match all donations that are collected in the Salvation Army red kettles, up to $5,000, from 10:30-7 p.m. on Nov. 28.
Salvation Army bell ringers will be at 15 Reasor’s locations, excluding Tahlequah and Langley, Oklahoma, through Dec. 24.
“We are proud to host such a wonderful organization and to be a part of something that’s so good for our community,” said Amanda Russell, marketing and advertising director, Reasor’s.
The Salvation Army will be offering a “Tap & Go” method of donating at a kettle. Thanks to Apple & Google Pay, donations can be made at the red kettles, by scanning or bumping the Apple/Google Pay signs to make a donation.
“The Tulsa Salvation Army helps more than 32,000 individuals annually,” said Captain Dan Nelson, local area commander of The Salvation Army. “This Christmas, more than 5,500 children and seniors will receive assistance this Christmas with gifts and food.”
The Salvation Army has been supporting those in need without discrimination since 1906 in Tulsa. Annually more than 32,000 Green Country residents receive assistance from The Salvation Army every year. Comprised of nine local facilities, The Salvation Army Tulsa Area Command includes the Center of Hope shelter and social services center and five local Boys & Girls Clubs.
Each location provides an array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children.
Reasor’s recently joined Brookshire Grocery Co. as a new banner of stores for the regional grocer. With Reasor’s, BGC has more than 200 stores with more than 19,000 employee-partners serving in four states. The BGC family of stores operates four other banners including Brookshire’s, Super 1 Foods, FRESH by Brookshire’s and Spring Market in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.