Give a Gift through our Angel Tree Program to Help Families in Davidson
The Davidson Police and Fire Departments have teamed up to create an “Angel Tree” to support families in need in Davidson and the surrounding area this holiday season.
“We really enjoy doing the Angel Tree each year,” said Retired Police Sergeant and Code Enforcement Officer Scott Misenheimer. “We deliver gifts and dinners to about 60 families and we appreciate the support of the Davidson community, including St. Alban’s Episcopal Church, who will also have a tree.”
The tree is filled with ornaments listing a holiday wish list gift item. Citizens are encouraged to sign up by Friday, December 2 to make someone’s wish come true this holiday. The tree is on display in the town hall lobby during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).
Instructions are as follows:
1) Select one or more ornament tags from the Angel Tree by Friday, December 2.
2) Sign out each tag on the registration sheet. Include complete contact information so we can track the gift from the giver to the recipient. Gifts will remain anonymous.
3) Purchase gift(s) and return unwrapped or in a gift bag. Please make sure ornament tag is securely fastened to the gift for tracking purposes.
4) All gifts are to be returned to the Davidson Police Department on or by Friday, December 9 by 5:00 p.m.
The Davidson Police and Fire Departments will deliver gifts and food on December 15 or 16. If you are able to help deliver, please call the Davidson Police Department at 704-892-5131.
For more information on the Angel Tree, please call 704-892-5131 or visit us at www.townofdavidson.org/angeltree.