ABILENE, Texas - Next time you're in the Mall of Abilene help the Salvation Army help others this holiday season with a donation to their Angel Tree program.
The Angel Tree has names of children, seniors, and disabled adults that need some help with necessities.
Buy a gift for that person, bring it to the mall, and the Salvation Army will see that the gift is delivered to the person named on the angel.
You'll find the Angel Tree in the mall near the Books-A-Million entrance until December 13th.
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