The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree

The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree

The Salvation Army Austin Command is the largest non-profit provider of emergency shelter in Central Texas. They provide resources to combat addiction rehabilitation, clothing, meals, holiday support, and direct client assistance. For over 40 years the Angel Tree program has helped fulfill holiday wishes for children in Central Texas. With your support through donations and volunteering, you can help the Salvation Army Austin Command reach its goal of providing the holiday spirit to children in need.


Interview with Major Reckline

Major Lewis Reckline, Area Commander for The Salvation Army of Austin, stopped by Local Insights to share information about the Angel Tree program. The goal this year is to help over 8,000 children in Travis and Williamson Counties experience the joys of the holiday season. Listen to how you can help support their efforts. Spread the word.


Donate to the Angel Tree

Would you like to adopt an angel, or donate to the Angel Tree program? Visit Whether you’re an individual, organization, or company, there’s amazing opportunities to help make a child’s holiday wish come true.

Salvation Army kettle


Volunteer for Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program

You can also donate your time and energy to the Angel Tree program this holiday season.  They need help sorting, organizing, and inventorying all the holiday gifts. Volunteers are needed for everything from preparing to distributing the gifts to families, so if you have the time, sign up to volunteer today!

Salvation Army volunteers


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