I was thrilled that he “got it.” He understood that while we might not be rich financially, we could help a child (six-year-old Riley) have Christmas presents under the tree that he wouldn’t otherwise have. (Did I say I was proud?)
Saturday, The Tulsa Area Salvation Army officially opened the Angel Tree programs at Promenade and Woodland Hills Malls. More than 12,000 angels will be up for adoption. The children and elders the paper angels on these trees represent are counting on people like me, my son, and you, the generous citizens of the Tulsa area, to help them have a Christmas. Not a great Christmas, not even necessarily a good Christmas, but a Christmas at all.
Will you join my son and me in this small act of kindness? We’re going shopping for our angels this week so we can get them back to The Salvation Army by the deadline of December 12.
We hope to see you out there too!
Photos of the event, by DJ Morrow.
|Cash and Carry from K95FM and Lee Ann Taylor from KTUL/Channel 6 talk Angel Tree withMrs April Taylor at Woodland Hill Mass on Satursday, November 17th.|
|Girls Quintent "MP3" sang at both Promenade and Woodland Hill Mall Kickoff events.|
|Iconic Salvation Army brass band spread holiday cheer for all to hear!|