ARLINGTON, Texas – For the 22nd year, the Dallas Cowboys are partnering up with the Salvation Army for the Red Kettle Campaign.
The campaign, aimed toward helping the less fortunate during the holidays, began in 1891. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says working with The Salvation Army for more than two decades has been truly inspirational. He even said he gets more compliments on the teams work with the group than about football.
“The Salvation Army knows how to put the shoes on, they can put the food in them, they don’t need the board of directors meeting to do it,” Jones said. “They get it done and it gets where we want it to go when we put it in the Salvation Army kettle in San Antonio.”
This year, Grammy award winning artist Meghan Trainor will be performing at half time of the Dallas game against the Washington Redskins.
You can donate to the cause outside stores throughout San Antonio and even through Alexa now.