Since its inception in 1979, The Salvation Army's Angel Tree Program has helped to brighten the lives and holidays of thousands of children and families throughout the Greater Baltimore Area. Last year alone, your Angel Tree gift donations helped to provide 23,822 toys and gift items for the holidays to less fortunate children throughout Maryland.
Today, you can help share the blessings of the holiday season with those less fortunate in your own community. Donors who wish to adopt an "angel" from The Salvation Army Angel Tree may do so beginning in November at a participating mall near you, by contacting The Salvation Army in your area or by clicking on one of the online Angel Tree links below.
This year there are nearly 6,000 Angels on trees in the Baltimore area. The locations are shown on this map as well as listed below.
Columbia Mall - the 2nd floor near Safari and Build a Bear (Ends Dec. 8)
Towson Town Center - Level 3 outside of the Food Court
Hunt Valley Towne Center - at Plow & Hearth
Marley Station Mall - right outside of the kids play area on the first floor near Sears
Town Mall of Westminster - the Center Court, near Santa's shop
White Marsh Mall - on the Upper Level at Macy's Court
All you have to do to brighten the holidays for a less fortunate family is select an Angel of your choice, purchase a toy from his or her wish list, return it to the participating mall or nearest Salvation Army by December 15th, and rest assured that your gift will reach a needy child just in time for the holidays.
Donors who to make a monetary donation to our holiday and winter relief efforts may do so on this site, or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY. 100% of your contribution goes to The Salvation Army's holiday assistance and winter relief efforts in your local community.
For more information on an Angel Tree location in your area, to find out how you or organization can be a holiday volunteer, or if your organization would like to exhibit an Angel Tree in your facility, please call 443-573-3295.
Share your blessings and be blessed.