Angel Tree Program - Frequently Asked Questions
What is The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program?
The Angel Tree Program provides Christmas gifts for disadvantaged children and seniors in our community.
Who can receive gifts?
We serve children ranging in age from infants to 12 years old and seniors that are 62 and older.
How do I sign up?
Families in need can sign up for assistance at one of seven Salvation Army registration locations.
When and where can I sign up?
Registration will take place October 13th through the 31st. Families in need of assistance must apply in person at their local Salvation Army Corps.
Registration times: Weekdays 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Please inquire at your local Corps for Saturday Registration.
What do I need to bring?
Valid form of identification (US driver's license, state issued non-driver ID card, US passport, employer ID card, school ID card, government ID card, health insurance card (not Medicare), Matricula Consular ID card, or other approved forms at the discretion of the Corps Officer.
Proof of address (utility bill, lease contract, child’s school enrollment record)
Proof of income (check stub, bank statement)
Documentation of any government assistance (TANF, food stamps (SNAPS), child support, social security)
Birth certificate for each child in household being registered
Applications will not be accepted once registration has reached capacity. Clients seeking assistance after the registration cut off may wish to contact the United Way Helpline at 2-1-1 to learn about other services that may still be available.