Salvation Army Of Greater Chattanooga Women’s Auxiliary Hosts Scrap-Booking Weekend To Benefit Angel Tree Program

Friday, September 7, 2018

The Salvation Army of Chattanooga has a Women’s Auxiliary that acts as a large volunteer arm of the ministry. The women raise money and volunteer to support the programs of The Salvation Army.

The women are hosting the Angel Tree Crop on Sept. 6-8 to fill the Toy Shop, a scrap-booking weekend to raise money and toys for the supplemental gifts for Angel Tree children and seniors.  Located at The Salvation Army, 1019 North Moore Road, The Angel Tree Crop to fill the Toy Shop will have 210 women scrap-booking throughout the three days.

  
 
“These ladies are phenomenal,” states Area Commander Major Chiffonia Smith.  “They work tirelessly and are so passionate to see the needs of community met. This weekend, like others in the past, will raise approximately $6,000 and dozens of toys.”
 
To donate to support the Women’s Auxiliary or to learn how to become involved, visit csarmy.org or call Major Chiffonia Smith at 423-756-1023.
 
The Salvation Army will begin taking Angel Tree 2018 applications for those in need Oct. 22.




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