Imagine playing Santa Claus to a needy child or elderly person this Christmas. You can do so by visiting The Salvation Army Angel Tree!
Each Angel tag at The Salvation Army Angel Tree represents a child or an elderly person in need who has a special wish this Christmas. Adopt an Angel, or more, at a location near you, then buy that Angel the perfect holiday gift. Then return your unwrapped gift to the same Angel Tree location.
For the children and elderly on these Angel tags, your gift may be the only one they receive this Christmas season. Your act of kindness will make this holiday season a much brighter one for each one of them.
This year, Central Pacific Bank is partnering with The Salvation Army to collect toy and monetary donations at all its branches. Donors are invited to stop by the bank and drop off new and unwrapped toys for kids or gifts for the elderly. The Salvation Army will match the gifts with clients who do not get adopted from the Angel Trees found in shopping malls. To find a CPB branch nearest you, click here.
And don't forget to watch Hawaii News Now for updates on the number of Angels left, and for profiles on those who need your help. Thank you so much for your generous help.
Here's the list of Angel Trees in Hawaii that you can visit today.
K-mart - Nimitz Highway
K-mart - Waikele
K-mart - Kapolei
Denny's - Kunia
Wal-Mart - Lihue
Kmart - Lihue
Prince Kuhio Plaza Mall - Hilo
Wal-Mart in Kona
K-mart - Kona
Keauhou Bay Shopping Center - Kona
Kona International Market
Bubba Gumps - Kona
Lanihau Shopping Center - Kona
Lucy Henriques Medical Center - Kona
First Hawaiian Bank - Honokaa
First Hawaiian Bank - Waimea
First Hawaiian Bank - Waikoloa
Queen Kaahumanu Shopping Center - Kahului
K-mart - Kahului
Lahaina Baptist Church
Lahaina United Methodist Church
Aloha Mixed Plate - Lahaina
Mail Services Plus - Napili Plaza
The Hawaii County Mayor has alerted Merrie Monarch Festival organizers that overnight stays at county gyms is now prohibited.More >>
A growing number of business leaders on the councils had openly criticized his remarks laying blame for the violence at a white supremacist rally on "both sides."More >>