The Christian-based organization Salvation Army has recently drawn much attention to itself by pushing a racist agenda, otherwise known as Critical Race Theory, on its employees. As Red Voice Media previously reported, the organization also asked for a “sincere apology” from white donors for their “racist” tendencies.

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Reportedly, donors have begun fleeing from the organization after their harsh political stance. The organization has said that donor numbers for toys and money are so far down just before Christmas that it’s become a “dire” situation.

“The situation is dire,” said Colonel Cindy Foley of the NW Salvation Army Division, “and we are asking our generous supporters in the region to donate to the virtual Northwest Red Kettle as well as make donations at every physical kettle in whatever way you can.”

Additionally, the organization is short many “bell ringers” for their “Red Kettle Campaign, where volunteers ring bells outside of stores and wish shoppers a happy holidays while accepting their monetary donations.

Only $341 has been raised virtually of the organization’s $10k goal.

“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,” Foley continued. “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.”

Due to backlash, the Salvation Army was forced to withdraw their CRT propaganda, labeled “Let’s Talk About Racism” guide, back in November. The organization said that it was meant to be a “voluntary resource.”

Newsweek reported, “In a nutshell, its curriculum outlines the Christian church’s alleged racial collusion and provides action steps to analyze and combat racism through an “anti-racist” lens while incorporating Critical Race Theory.”

“We have done our best to provide accurate information,” the group said in a November statement, “but unfortunately, some have chosen to ignore those efforts. At the same time, International Headquarters realized that certain aspects of the guide may need to be clarified. Consequently, for both reasons, the International Social Justice Commission has now withdrawn the guide for appropriate review.”

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A spokesman for the Salvation Army, Joseph Cohen, said in a statement, “Elements of the resource mistakenly led people to believe that The Salvation Army thought people needed to apologize for the color of their skin, that America is inherently racist, and that the organization had adopted critical race theory.”

The Salvation Army Fox Cities office Major David Minks further stated that it was supposed to “help us understand some perspectives in the world today” and said that it wasn’t “endorsed or followed by the Salvation Army here in Wisconsin…it’s not something we use or follow.”

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