The Salvation Army of Lebanon put out a call on social media this weekend to get donors for the last 37 tags on their angel tree, with the gift wishes of local, underprivileged children on them.
Lebanon Salvation Army Co-Director, Lt. Ivonne Rodriguez tells the Lebanon Valley Daily News that their prayers were quickly answered:
But while that Christmas mission is wrapped up, Lt. Rodriguez says they still need the community to support the local red kettle campaign which is pacing a little behind in donations this year:
This year’s goal is 99-thousand dollars.
The red kettles and bell ringers will be out through Christmas Eve accepting donations. If you don’t have any cash on you, every Salvation Army stand has a QR code posted on it that you can scan and make your donation that way.
Salvation Army bell ringers are stationed at Boscov’s and Hobby Lobby at the Lebanon Valley Mall, at the Lebanon Farmers Market during market days, at Redner’s Grocery Stores and at both Walmart locations in the county.