Angel Tree applications sought, online registry makes giving even easier
The Susanville Salvation Army is seeking more angels for the local trees and it also announced a partnership to make giving back even easier.
“This year, due to COVID and fires, more people than ever in our community are struggling to make ends meet. The Angel Tree program of Susanville helps families in need by providing new clothing and toys to children each year,” read a post from the local organization. “The Walmart organization has partnered with The Salvation Army this year.”
To make your shopping easier from the comfort of your home, an online gift registry is available by visiting walmart.com/registry/registryforgood/2f7f9bd6-fd1a-45e1-91e4-6e4d6825f719/view. The listed goods fulfill requests on the local Angel Tree tags.
Angel Trees are located at Walmart, Les Schwab, Tractor Supply and, after Thanksgiving, at Hair Hunters, according to Carla McDonald at Susanville Salvation Army. Moreover, each participant gets to pick out a book, and book tags, with the pre-ordered copies, are available at Margie’s Book Nook in Uptown Susanville.
Additionally, the local organization is also seeking more angels to fill the trees.
“If you would like some help, or know of anyone that could use a little extra help at Christmas, please come by the office (1560 Main Street in the Grocery Outlet Shopping center, behind Chevron) as soon as possible to pick up an application,” read a Facebook post.
Angel Tree applications must be turned in by Dec. 4.