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How and Where to Adopt from a Salvation Army Angel Tree

Submitted by on November 14, 2019 – 9:05 amOne Comment

Salvation Army Angel Tree

Salvation Army Angel Tree November 1 – December 6, 2019

Every holiday season, with the help of individuals, families, community groups, corporations and area businesses, The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program fulfills the wishes and needs for thousands of girls and boys in North Texas whose families are struggling financially.

Through your compassion and generosity, you are making a difference for a parent and a child who need your help at this particular point in their lives.

Through their popular Angel Tree program, The Salvation Army hopes to collect thousands of donated Christmas gifts for local children in the DFW area. The gifts will be collected at 10 local shopping malls and will be distributed in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, and Ellis Counties. Each tag lists a child’s first name, age, gender, clothing sizes, wish item, and need item. Special code numbers ensure the gifts go to the families who asked for them.

Ten local malls in Dallas – Fort Worth are hosting Angel Tree Adoptions this year.

If you prefer, you can also Text ANGEL to 20222 to give a one-time donation of $25.  A one-time donation of $25 will be added to your mobile phone bill. All donations must be authorized by the account holder. Message & Data Rates May Apply.

For more information on the Salvation Army Angel Tree program, visit http://www.salvationarmydfw.org/p/get-involved/540

Mina Frannea

Mina Frannea is an online media professional. She is the editor and media director at North Texas Kids Magazine and provides freelance marketing and promotional services for clients all over the country. Mina enjoys the Arts & Entertainment, Sci-Fi, new technology, cooking, enlightening discussions and sharing relevant information.  Want to share your story with Mina or North Texas Kids? Send Mina an Email

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