About $40,000 have been raised toward the $225,000 goal with two weeks left in the campaign.
Services offered by the Salvation Army could face cutbacks next year without funding provided by its Red Kettle campaign.
With two weeks left in the campaign, the organization is about $180,000 behind its goal of raising $225,000 this year, said Justin Eatherly, community development director for the Salvation Army of Lubbock.
The program raised $220,000 in 2012, he said.
“We raised our goal just a little bit,” Eatherly said.