Walmart and The Salvation Army are teaming once again to help millions of children and families in need. Supporters can join our efforts by donating in person at most Walmart Stores or online below.
Pandemic poverty is far from over, as 7.1 million Americans are currently behind on the rent and at least 20 million Americans don’t have enough food to eat. The Salvation Army Angel Tree program provides new clothing and toys to more than one-million children and families in need each year.
Once a child is accepted as an Angel, donors like you can shop for their Christmas wish list. Simply pick a tag off the Angel Tree located inside your local Walmart store or follow the instructions below to shop online using Walmart’s Registry for Good. Once the gifts are received, The Salvation Army will distribute them to families in need for Christmas morning.
If you are a family that needs help with Angel Tree assistance, you will need to contact your local Salvation Army. Please type your zip code into the search bar and click “Find Your Local Salvation Army.” You will want to call the Corps Community Center closest to your address.
If you are a donor looking for information about the Angel Tree program in your area, please also contact your local Salvation Army Corps Community Center by entering your zip code into the search bar below.
If you are a national corporation interested in supporting The Salvation Army Angel Tree program, please contact RegistryforGood@usn.salvationarmy.org.
Donors that have questions about your Walmart Registry purchase, should contact RegistryforGood@Walmart.com.
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