Salvation Army Gifts Christmas to Local Kids
Over 3000 children and 1400 families will receive gifts from the Salvation Army's Angel Tree program this year
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – For the last four weeks, volunteers at the Salvation Army have been dedicated to bringing Christmas to our local children.
More than 3,000 children and 1,400 families will have gifts to unwrap Christmas morning thanks to the countless donations from those in our community.
Captain Rebecca Sullivan thanks volunteers and community members for their outpouring support in ensuring local children get to experience Christmas.
Gift distribution will take place December 15th and 16th as families line up in their vehicles outside of the Salvation Army on N. Moore Road.