Because of You-10,000 Kids get holiday toys

 

Click here for a photo slideshow of our 2010 Angel Tree Program.

Thanks to your support, 10,000 local children received more than 30,000 new toys, clothing, and other gift items this Christmas.

December 15 – December 21, The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta concluded its 2010 Angel Tree program with toy distributions to the families of over 10,000 local children from low-income households. 

Throughout the week,  The Salvation Army staff and volunteers sorted and labeled thousands of new holiday toys, clothing, or other gift items donated by metro Atlanta  residents to local children in need. The parents of the registered children arrived at pre-scheduled times to receive their holiday gift items that ranged from new bikes, dolls and doll-houses, to hats, scarves, to warm-weather items.

We’d like to especially thank UPS,  McGuire Woods LLP, and Simon Malls for their sponsorship of the 2010 Angel Tree Program.

You still have time to make your tax-deductible 2010 End Of Year monetary contribution to The Salvation Army in the following ways?

Online:
Click here to make a credit card donation to The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta’s Online Red Kettle. A tax-receipt will be emailed to you promptly.

Phone:
Call 1-800-SAL-ARMY to make a credit card donation by phone.

Mail:
Mail your check payable to The Salvation Army, PO Box 49247, Atlanta, GA 30359.
Tax-receipts will me mailed for donations of $250 or more. You may request a tax receipt by emailing regina_hammon@uss.salvationarmy.org, or call 404-486-2916.

For more information on The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program, visit http://www.salvationarmyatlanta.org.

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