In partnership with The Salvation Army and Dallas Cowboys, Jonas Brothers have taped two public service announcements to support this year annual Red Kettle Campaign.
Jonas Brothers have just taped two public service announcements (PSAs) as part of their planned live show at the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day Game. The PSAs are made in partnership with the Christian church and charity, The Salvation Army, and professional football team, Dallas Cowboys, to support this year annual Red Kettle Campaign.
In the two PSAs, which can be watched after the jump, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Nick Jonas discuss the importance of donating and volunteering this holiday season. Each of the PSAs is about 30 seconds long.
Back in October, the owner and general manager of Dallas Cowboys, Jerry Jones, and The Salvation Army's Lieutenant-Colonel, David Jeffrey, publicly confirmed Jonas Brothers will make a live appearance at Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day Game in a nationally televised halftime show. The siblings are expected to sing songs from their platinum third studio album "A Little Bit Longer". The show is set to be aired on FOX television network on November 27 at 3:15 P.M. CST.
Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day Game will see Dallas Cowboys playing against Seattle Seahawks. The 2008 Salvation Army Red Kettle Christmas Campaign, meanwhile, runs nationally through Christmas Eve on December 24.
Jonas Brothers Red Kettle PSA
Jonas Brothers Volunteer PSA