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Texarkana’s Salvation Army Commits to ‘Rescue Christmas’ In The Impact of COVID-19
Texarkana’s Salvation Army Commits to ‘Rescue Christmas’ In The Impact of COVID-19
For the first time in 130 years, The Salvation Army began its annual holiday fundraising campaign early throughout the country in order to Rescue Christmas. The funds raised through the organization’s iconic red kettles are at risk this year due to COVID-19 while requests for services are at an all-time high. Now, with Christmas fast approaching and the end of the red kettle campaign in sight, The
Angel Tree
Angel Tree
Our Angel Tree at the radio station is still loaded with children's names and each name tag has the child's age, clothing and shoe sizes, a wish list and a needs list. You can give a special gift this Christmas to a local child in need who will otherwise go without socks, gloves, shoes and toys.
Angel Tree
Angel Tree
I counted the children's names that are still hanging on our Salvation Army Angel Tree in the lobby of the radio station. Twenty-five children have no one purchasing toys or clothing for them this Christmas. December 6 is the deadline. Can you help?
Angel Tree
Angel Tree
Our Angel Tree at the radio station is still loaded with children's names with their needs and wants for gifts this holiday season. Each name tag has the child's age, clothing and shoe sizes, a wish list and a needs list. You can give a special gift this Christmas to a local child in need who will otherwise go without socks, gloves, shoes and toys.
Angel Tree
Angel Tree
Please stop by the radio station and pick a child from our Salvation Army Angel Tree. The tree is decorated with names of children in our community that would love to receive items from their wish list and needs list as a little Christmas help from you.

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