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Salvation Army coordinating volunteers and donations

CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The Salvation Army tells Eyewitness News they're coordinating volunteers to help with storm recovery.

They say there will be around 300 volunteers out working Saturday, helping folks clean up debris left by the tornado in the Harrison area.

They're also working to collect donations, they say their budget has never been stretched like this before with two storms in less than a year.

Meanwhile at Hamilton Place Saturday, the red kettles will be back but the sign will be different.

They're calling it "Bells of Hope". You'll hear the bell ringers in the food court and you're asked to give what you can.

Also, there will be food drives at the Walmarts on Battlefield Parkway in Fort Oglethorpe, and on Highway 153 in Hixson.

You're asked to give non-perishable food items to help with recovery.

And if you'd like to help by volunteering your time, click here to see the different volunteer areas needed.

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