The Salvation Army is kicking off their Christmas in July campaign.
Just last week, the organization was giving food and water to those affected by the storm. This might be a reason for some to give, but for others, it is always important to chip in anytime of year.
"Not anymore than it usually does. It has been my observation that they always help people in need with storms, snows or whatever. People that are on and out that don't have a place to sleep so when I can I do," said Marjorie Leake, a Harrisonburg neighbor.
The Salvation Army bell ringers said they run low in funds in the summer and that is why they hold the second kettle campaign.
Christmas in July will run at various locations until Saturday.