Join NBC 5, Telemundo 39 and The Salvation Army to bring joy to children, seniors and special need adults across North Texas this holiday season.
Your gifts for your Angels and Forgotten Angels can be returned at a Salvation Army location or one of the drive-through mall locations listed below on Dec. 4.
Please make sure each, individual Angel’s gift is labeled with the Angel Code corresponding to the Angel’s name and place the gifts inside the bag provided. Please make sure the bag is labeled with the same unique Angel Code to ensure your gift is delivered to the Angel you have chosen.
Angel Tree Gift Drop-Off at The Salvation Army Locations:
You can drop off your gifts at any of The Salvation Army locations listed through Dec. 4. Hours are listed below.
Salvation Army Dallas Warehouse
9216 Harry Hines Boulevard
Dallas, Texas 75235
Weekdays from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Salvation Army Fort Worth Warehouse
229 E. Felix Street
Ft. Worth, Texas 76115
Weekdays from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Salvation Army Plano Corps
3528 E. 14th St.
Plano, TX 75074
Weekdays from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Angel Tree Gift Drive-Thru Drop off at Mall Locations: Dec. 4 ONLY
You can only return your gifts at a mall through the drive-thru drop-off format on Dec. 4 from 11:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. at the locations listed below. Please make sure your gifts are bagged per Angel and ensure that the corresponding Angel code is included inside the bag.
- Galleria Dallas, Driveway near Grand Lux Café
- Golden Triangle Mall, Food Court Parking Lot
- Hulen Mall, Macy’s Parking Lot Facing Interstate Highway 820
- North East Mall, Quicklotz Parking Lot
- NorthPark Center, Northeast Parking Lot
- The Parks at Arlington, Entrance #7 Parking Lot
- The Shops at Willow Bend, Parking lot E
For more information on The Salvation Army Angel Tree, visit www.salvationarmyntx.org.
NBC 5 and Telemundo 39 are honored to be media sponsors of the 2021 Salvation Army Angel Tree program.
For nearly four decades, The Salvation Army’s time-honored tradition has made Christmas bright for North Texans in need. The challenges that those combatting poverty, addiction and homelessness will be especially great this year as they continue to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic. Hundreds of thousands of North Texans are behind on rent or mortgage payments, experiencing food insecurity, and having difficulty paying bills.
“Many of our neighbors are simply doing whatever it takes to keep going during this difficult time,” said Major Bethany Hawks, Area Commander for The Salvation Army of North Texas. “With the support of the public, The Salvation Army of North Texas will help ensure hope marches on this Christmas and beyond.”
The Salvation Army of North Texas has continued to provide resources, food, shelter and more to keep individuals and families stable, this holiday season and into the new year.
In recent days, the organization has provided Thanksgiving staples such as turkeys and sides through drive-thru grocery locations, such as Arlington, Dallas, Fort Worth, Oak Cliff and Waxahachie.
“The Christmas season is a critical time period for both our mission and raising funds that support our work throughout the year,” Christina Cavalier, senior director of community relations for The Salvation Army of North Texas. “We thank North Texas for their generosity and assistance in transforming the lives of those combatting poverty, addiction, and homelessness in our community.”
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