LEE COUNTY, Fla. — The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program needs help.
Hundreds of Angels have been unclaimed, and 1, 000 gifts still have not been returned.
The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program provides Christmas toys and new clothes, to more than 4,000 “Angels” because no child should be forgotten on Christmas morning.
The Angel Tree Program, along with the Red Kettle Campaign, is one of The Salvation Army’s highest-profile Christmas efforts.
The program is still in urgent need of gifts and clothing for children from newborns to 2 years of age and ages 6-12.
Angels are available for adoption at The Edison Mall, The Salvation Army Family Stores and online.