Giant's wrong to limit Salvation Army

November 29, 2010

I am a long-time customer of Giant supermarkets who was very disappointed at the chain's decision to limit the time that bell ringers can collect funds for the good work of the Salvation Army ("Hear them ring," Nov. 26). At a time that the media, if not our own experiences, tells us that many people are having difficulty as a result of a struggling economy, more time should be given to allow those trying to help collect needed funds. Dropping a donation in the kettle is quicker than writing a check and can put loose change to work for others. Those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to afford what we need should think of others, especially at this time of year, and Giant should help.

Alma T., Baltimore

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