PRLog - Dec. 10, 2012 - PARIS, Ky. -- The Salvation Army's Angel Tree program in New Albany Indiana is having a hard time meeting the needs of at least sixty seven children this year. They are asking the public for help in the form of gift cards to discount stores such as Kmart, Walmart, or any other place where a gift for a child could be bought.
The Salvation Army in New Albany made the appeal today on channel WDRB.
New Albany, IN (WDRB) -- Nearly 70 children in Southern Indiana were not adopted by the Angel Tree. That has the Salvation Army New Albany making a last-minute push, hoping people will donate to help those children.
The amount of funds estimated for the success of the program as compared to past figures is $25,000 and thus far, they have only met one third of the need for a total of $8,000.
To contact the Salvation Army to learn how you can help out (they say any amount will help), their contact information is here:
2300 Green Valley Rd.
New Albany, Indiana 47151
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