- ATU College Panhellenic Council will host the Salvation Army Angel Tree event on Nov 16 and 17 at Caraway Residence Hall.
- ATU community members can select a child from the tree and purchase holiday gifts for them.
- This marks the eighth year of partnership with the Salvation Army for the Angel Tree program. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The ATU College Panhellenic Council recently hosted a special event at Caraway – Tofido to bring some holiday cheer to children in need. The event, called the Salvation Army Angel Tree Event, saw members of the Panhellenic Council gather to purchase and wrap gifts for underprivileged children in the community.
The Angel Tree program, run by the Salvation Army, provides Christmas gifts to children in need through the generosity of donors. The ATU College Panhellenic Council took it upon themselves to organize the event in order to give back to the community and spread some holiday joy.
At the event, members of the Panhellenic Council selected angel tags from a Christmas tree, each representing a child in need. They then shopped for gifts based on the child’s age, gender, and wish list, before returning to Caraway – Tofido to wrap the presents with care.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to our community through the Salvation Army Angel Tree program,” said a member of the Panhellenic Council. “It’s important to us to spread joy and happiness, especially during the holiday season.”
The ATU College Panhellenic Council’s effort to support the Salvation Army Angel Tree program is just one example of the many ways in which the organization strives to positively impact the local community. By coming together to provide gifts for children in need, the Panhellenic Council members are setting a wonderful example of compassion and generosity for all on campus.
The event at Caraway – Tofido was a heartwarming display of the holiday spirit in action, and a reminder of the importance of giving back to those in need. The ATU College Panhellenic Council’s dedication to supporting the Salvation Army Angel Tree program is truly commendable, and their efforts are sure to make a meaningful impact on the children who receive their gifts this Christmas.