Angel Tree Program Featured

Citizens National Bank has partnered with Rush Health Systems to help needy kids.

Both are backing the salvation army through its angel tree adoption program. People may choose a specific child from the angel tree...And then provide that child's Christmas wishes listed on the card.

"One of the things that we like to do is help the needy. And by doing this with The Salvation Army, we know that children in need will get Christmas. And some of the children here in our area would not get Christmas if it weren't for banks and other businesses in our area. We've always participated in the Angel Tree," said Diane Burnham of Citizens National Bank. "And this year all of our 8 locations will have an Angel Tree."

When you see Angel Trees, which are also placed in shopping areas, you may pick a child and sign up with The Salvation Army. It will provide information on when the toys and gifts should be returned to them for distribution.

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  • by janie Location: forth worth on Nov 18, 2008 at 07:51 AM
    Hello i am trying to find out where i can sign our family up for the angle tree. We are a family of 11 people. You see I have 3 kids and my husband has 3 kid so that makes six, and know i have my 2 sisters and my little brother. So that makes nine. I now that sounds like a lot. Here is the kicker we just resantly find out i am pregnant the funny thing is that my tube are tide. So we are calling it a blessing from god. I was laid of from my job and so my husband is the only one working know . and the way things are going are kid will not have a christmas so if you know any programs that can help us that would be great. My email address is.
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