Providing new clothes and Christmas gifts for hundreds of
Grant County children to make their Christmas brighter
Kim is the grandmother of Jordan. In 2012, Kim's son became severely ill and was diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. After battling cancer, Kim's son passed away in May 2015. To add to her struggles, several family members passed away over the next several months. As Christmas approached, Kim's grief intensified. In her time of need, Kim turned to The Salvation Army's Angel Tree for help. Because of the Angel Tree, Jordan had a bright Christmas and has been learning about giving back to his community.
Every year, hundreds of Grant County children receive clothes and gifts for Christmas through The Salvation Army's Angel Tree. Angel Tree gives individuals and businesses an opportunity to adopt children in need who would otherwise receive very little or nothing during the holiday season and provides them with personalized gifts and necessities.
Applications for the Angel Tree will be taken on:
All applications will be taken at:
The Salvation Army
359 N. Bradner Avenue
Marion, IN 46952
See below for eligibility guidelines.
Angel Tree tags will be available beginning Monday, November 5 at area businesses. A full list of locations will be available here.