The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign could use your help. According to Capt. Karen Holland of the local branch of the Salvation Army, the campaign is down about $20,000 from a similar point in last year’s campaign. Holland said the Salvation Army serves about 1,000 people in Chatham-Kent, and the kettle campaign is a big part of the Christmas season funding, and beyond. “The kettle money gets us through the year. It helps with the food bank and other services,” she said.