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Angel Tree children and seniors need holiday donations

Published November 30, 2010 2:00 pm
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The Angel Tree program, which benefits thousands of children from poor families during the holidays, is in need of thousands of Utahns to buy children winter basics and toys over the next few weeks. Hundreds of seniors with minimal family and friends are also in need of adoption through the Golden Angel program.

Donors are asked to take action before Dec. 10 by visiting a Cyprus Credit Union location where "angels" decorate the trees. Both gifts and financial donations are needed.

For more information or to find an Angel Tree, call 801-260-7600, ext. 5000.




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