Salvation Army Angel Tree: Deadline December 10th


Chattanooga, Cleveland, N. Georgia

The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program Deadline was extended to December 10.

When I heard that the Salvation Army had Angels that had not been adopted yet, I knew the
T2$ Community would want to know.  There is no greater gift, than to give to others.

With only 4 days left there are still 313 Angels left to be adopted and many more who have been adopted that need their gifts returned.  The Salvation Army Angel Tree provides Christmas assistance for needy children, their families and senior citizens who would not otherwise receive gifts including necessities like food and warm clothing. Angels Trees are located at Hamilton Place, Northgate, and Bradley Square Malls.


If you live outside our area, check with your local Salvation Army and make a difference in a child’s life this year.



Volunteers Needed: 

  • Next Wednesday & Thursday 12/14 & 12/15 the Salvation Army needs volunteers at their warehouse to help with the Angel Tree distribution.
    Volunteers can sign up at
  • Still need bell ringers through Christmas Eve. Sign up online at or call Gordon Hall at 423-756-1023.  

Did ya’ll know that your hearts to give are more than awesome and an inspiration to many!  Thank you for bringing our vision alive and your continual efforts to be a light of hope to those around you. 

Be blessed!! 




In case you’ve missed our segments on Buying to Give check I’ve included them below!  The first video is about buying to give toys and such to help others.  The second video is using coupons at the grocery store to save money!


11/29/11 – Buying to Give!  Take advantage of online deals!
Cyber Monday came and went, but special deals will continue through the holiday season. You can use those deals to help give, this time of year. Kasey Trenum from Time 2 Save workshops joins us to help in that endeavor.




8/2/2011 Buying to Give at the Grocery Store.  Kasey from Time 2 Save workshops focuses on using coupons to give to the needy this week



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