Angel Tree project changing kids’ and prisoners’ lives this Christmas
December 2, 2014
Prison Fellowship's annual Angel Tree project is looking for more volunteers to make sure the children of prison inmates are blessed this Christmas.
The Angel Tree project is designed for an incarcerated parent to apply to have a volunteer purchase a gift suggested by the inmate for $25 dollars or less and deliver it to the child for Christmas, along with a Christian message.
Prison Fellowship’s Jim Liske says that the Angel Tree project already has over 325,000 volunteers to help out this year.
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