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How and Where to Adopt from a Salvation Army Angel Tree

Submitted by on November 8, 2017 – 9:05 am2 Comments

Salvation Army Angel Tree

Salvation Army Angel Tree November 10 – December 6, 2017

Every holiday season, with the help of individuals, families, community groups, corporations and area businesses, The Salvation Army provides underprivileged children and seniors with holiday gifts.

Through their popular Angel Tree program, The Salvation Army hopes to collect over 250,000 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.

For more information on the Salvation Army Angel Tree program, visit

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  • Stephanie Herzen says:

    It would be nice if you posted the hours when there would be someone to collect the gifts. I have been to Northstar mall in San Antonio twice just to find an empty table and no sign as to when someone will be back or if they will be back at all that day. Very frustrating. Feels like a wild goose chase.

    • NTKids says:

      Hi there, thanks for your feedback. We only list information for the DFW Salvation Army Angel Tree program as is provided on their website. You might contact your local chapter of the Salvation Army in San Antonio to discuss your concerns. Hope that helps!

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