Christmas may be over, but the Quincy Salvation Army is still working on its Christmas campaign.
The goal for this year is $390,000 in Quincy and $90,000 in Hannibal.
In Quincy, the goal is about $50,000 short, and in Hannibal they are short about $10,000.
Major Andy Miller says the last couple of days before Christmas, even the last three Saturdays before didn't have the best weather.
As a result, the kettle campaign suffered.
We asked him what happens if the goals aren't met this year.
"It might mean we won't be able to pay a utility in a cold snap like we had last week or someone coming in may not have the opportunity to get food during a different time of the year," he said.
The Christmas campaign actually goes until the end of the January, even though the kettles are no longer out.
There are several ways you can donate, find out more here.