You've only got one more week to register for the Salvation Army Angel Tree.
Representatives say they're already only 100 angels shy of last year. The program helps provide Christmas gifts for families at or below the poverty line with kids 12 and under or seniors older than 60.
If you are looking to adopt an angel, you can go to the Hamilton Place Mall this Saturday at 2pm.
Kimberly George, Salvation Army, "The community trusts us to do the most good. That's why they entrust us with their resources and time and their money so we say thank you for that trust but we know with that trust comes a lot of responsibility and that's why the Salvation Army promises to do the most good to get these children Christmas."
For more information go to www.wdef.com/angeltree