Angel Tree countdown is on!

Updated December 10.

The countdown is on! The Salvation Army of Wake County continues to get closer to our goal because of you. 462 angels still need to be adopted by Friday, December 11. That leaves just two days. We need your help and you can even stay right where you are to assist us. You can adopt angels online.

If you are out, you may also adopt angels at Crabtree Valley Mall, near the Kanki entrance, lower level; Triangle Town Center, upper level Macy's entrance near Reed's Jewelers, and at Walmart locations in Raleigh near Triangle Town Center, New Hope Church Rd., and Brier Creek locations, and at Walmart locations in Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, and Knightdale. Please help us to fulfill the remaining angels that need to be adopted by adopting now or sharing this information with someone you know.

This page will be updated each day, informing you as to where we are with the angel adoptions. Don't wait. Adopt your angel now.

What is The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program?
The Salvation Army's Angel Tree program provides new clothing and toys for children of families in need through the support of donors like you. Angel Trees are decorated with numbered paper angel tags with the first name, age and gender of a child in need of gifts. Contributors remove one or more tags from the tree and purchase appropriate gifts for the child or children described on the tags.
Once a child has been registered as an “Angel,” The Salvation Army makes a promise to provide Christmas for that child. This promise includes a variety of gifts for each child. In order to accomplish this, The Salvation Army depends on the generosity of individual donors, corporations and organizations. Last year, hundreds of companies, organizations and individuals helped fulfill the gift requests of close to 8,000 children in Wake County who would otherwise have not had gifts at Christmas.

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