Salvation Army looking for help with Christmas outreach

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SPOKANE, Wash. — The Salvation Army Spokane is asking for your help to bring joy to local families and children this Holiday season.

They are asking you to help support its Adopt-A-Family and Angel Tree Programs.

The Adpot-A-Family program is one where once you sign up, you are assigned to a family which best meets your size preference. Then Salvation Army Spokane will give you a Christmas “wish” list from the family, where you would go shop for the things on that list to give to the family. You would be able to drop off the gifts on Monday, Dec. 19.

Angel Tree is a program where you can hang pre-labeled gift tags in a common space or Christmas tree. This gives anyone the chance to get a gift stage and purchase their item listed, which will be given out to children and families through the Holiday season. This gift drop will also be on Dec. 19.

There is also a wish list on Amazon where you can purchase items that go directly to Salvation Army Spokane and be distributed on Christmas.

You can scan the QR code below to sign up for these two programs. Once you sign up, additional information will be sent by Salvation Army Spokane specifically for the option you chose.

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If you have other questions, you can contact Salvation Army Spokane at spokanechristmas@usw.salvationarmy.org.

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