Nov 01, 2020
Greenville Water invites the community to participate with our team in The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program!
Every year, The Salvation Army of Greenville provides Christmas gifts to children through the Angel Tree program. In Greenville, Pickens and Oconee Counties, The Salvation Army serves more than 2,500 children! Without Angel Tree, many of these children would otherwise have very little or nothing to open during the holiday season.
How can you help?
Customers and community members can help by “adopting” an angel from the Angel Tree in the Greenville Water lobby at our downtown office at 407 W. Broad Street.
Each angel tag includes the child’s name, age, gender and clothing item(s) being requested. The items include shoes, coats, pants, dresses, skirts and shirts.
Customers are invited to take an angel’s tag from the tree and return the requested gift, unwrapped, to Greenville Water by November 27.
Greenville Water employees have “adopted” 25 angels this holiday season and will provide them with personalized gifts and necessities. Because other holiday assistance programs do not serve all Salvation Army Angels, donors can be confident their gifts go directly to children who are genuinely in need.
This holiday season join Greenville Water by “adopting” the angels in our community.
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