Salvation Army-African American Salvation Army Man with Soup Pot
Soup Pots have long been associated with the Salvation Army. During disasters you will see them in the community "Doing the Most Good". The Salvation Army emblem is on his red ballcap and the back of his red jacket. 2013 Caroler.
Hot, filling, comforting soup has always been associated with the relief efforts provided by the Salvation Army. This Salvation Army Man carries a soup pot ready to serve people in need of a good meal. The Salvation Army emblem is on his red ball cap and the back of his red shirt. Byers Choice donates a portion of the sale of every Salvation Army Caroler to the work of the Salvation Army.
This Salvation Army Woman has been shopping for the needs of those who might be forgotten. She carries a box of oranges, a broom, a bag of bread and more for the needy. A portion of the proceeds from these SA figures will go directly to The Salvation Army so they can continue "Doing The Most Good."
This cheerful little girl is ready to offer a tray full of doughnuts to those in need. A portion of the proceeds from these figures will go directly to The Salvation Army. This girl with doughnuts is also available as an African American Caroler.
While "Doing The Most Good", this litle Salvation Army boy offers a cup of cofee from his pot full to comfort those in need. A portion of the proceeds from these figurines will go directly to The Salvation Army.