The Salvation Army on the Sunshine Coast is on track to hit their fundraising goal once again.

Major Glen Fraser says this is the last week for the kettle campaign and with a little help from the community, they expect to reach their $100,00  goal.

“The donations stay locally in our community,” said Fraser.

“The money is used for the book bank and other programs we offer. Last year, over 15,000 people used our bread and produce line, where we give out vegetables, bread and different types of produce. And we served over 1000 meals to people.”

Fraser says this is a community effort and they couldn’t do this without the help of volunteers and the generous donations from community members.