The Salvation Army of Greenville will begin its virtual application this week for this year’s Angel Tree Program.
The program will provide assistance to children from low-income families. Free gifts, toys, clothing, and much more is provided for disadvantaged children under the age of 12-years-old.
The application for the program this year must be processed online to protect the health of both applicants and the Salvation Army staff.
Once the application is submitted, the Salvation Army staff will review and consider the application for approval. If approved, the Salvation Army will contact the applicant with an email with more instructions for completing the second half of the online application.
To apply for the initial eligibility assessment, all families must have an email address, government-issued picture ID for the parent/guardian of the household, birth certificates or custody papers for all children 12 years or younger, and proof of address and residency in Greenville County (current lease or utility bill is preferred).
If your family needs help with Christmas gifts this year, please visit their website at SalvationArmyGreenville.org to start your Angel Tree application.