The Lipscomb Intercultural Honor Society has paired up with the Salvation Army to bring the annual Angel Tree program to campus.
The Angel Tree brings Christmas to those who might not be able to afford things for their families or themselves during the holiday season.
This program allows Lipscomb students to get involved in the community by helping out those in need.
To get involved, stop by the student center 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 6-8. There you will find a Christmas tree full of names with lists of what those people need or want.
The age range is from 3-80 and the goal is to get something for everyone. Helping out does not come with a hefty price tag either; you can spend no less than $10 but no more than $50.
Kiana Rafiei works in the Office of Intercultural Development and helped out with the Angel Tree program last year.
“I helped an elderly woman,” she said. “She needed a few random things like towels and pillows. It was so rewarding knowing you helped someone during the holiday season.”
As the Christmas season approaches, see if you can help an angel in need. You could even pair up with another student if you both want to help bring someone some holiday cheer. Once you’ve shopped for your angel, drop off your gift in the Office of Intercultural Development at the bottom of the student center.