On the edge of Woodbridge, donors and volunteers are coming together to make sure that Christmas happens.
The Salvation Army’s annual Angel Tree is ongoing.
Read about how the program works.
This year, The Salvation Army – Prince William County is collecting gifts for nearly 1,000 children at the former Pier 1 Imports, which has been nicknamed “The Toy Shop”.
“We’re very thankful to every donor, but I tell you what we are really still lacking a couple of hundred kids,” Major Kelly Durant explained. We need your donations still, and a lot of folks are coming through with good donations.”
Lustine Toyota in Woodbrdge provided $10,000 to the non-profit.
“They’re working hard here to take care of the kids of Prince [William] County, and I just want to do a donation on behalf of Lustine Toyota here,” Keith Cattie from Lustine Toyota said.
The check will go to support The Salvation Army’s efforts in the community.
Anyone who would like to volunteer or sponsor a child may learn more on the Salvation Army website.
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