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The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Registration Begins in 4 Weeks!

Fall weather is here which means Angel Tree Registration is right around the corner! In just four weeks, The Salvation Army will begin to register families for the Angel Tree Program.  The Salvation Army Angel Tree provides Christmas assistance for needy children, their families and senior citizens who would not otherwise receive gifts and necessities like food and warm clothing.

The Salvation Army needs 12-15 volunteers per day to register clients for our Angel Tree Program.  Volunteer positions include serving as a greeter, checker and data registrar.  We are also in need of Spanish speaking volunteers to serve during registration.  If you are able to volunteer, please click here to sign up for a shift.

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Angel Tree Registration:

Dates: October 28-30, November 4-7 and November 12-14

Time: 9 am – 6 pm

Location: Salvation Army Christmas Warehouse: 5001 Covington Street, off of Rossville Blvd.

Families at or below the poverty line with children 12 years of age or younger and seniors 60 years of age and older are invited to register for our Angel Tree program.  In order to qualify, applicants must meet income guidelines and not be receiving aid from other Christmas programs.

Angel Tree applicants must bring the following to registration:

  • Picture ID for all adults
  • Birth certificates for each child
  • Proof of income for everyone in household
  • Food stamps award letter
  • Families first award letter
  • Proof of address
  • Proof of all monthly expenses

 

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