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Angel Tree Program


Pick a tag from a Salvation Army Angel Tree and help give a child in need a Christmas this year

The Salvation Army Angel Tree Giving Program was created in 1979 by Majors Charles and Shirley White when they worked with a Lynchburg, Virginia shopping mall to provide clothing and toys for children at Christmas time.

Ever since then, people across the nation have embraced these giving trees and the opportunity to make Christmas possible for thousands of kids.With the help of local businesses, civic groups and churches in the Portland area, Angel Trees are put up each year in support of providing kids with a memorable Christmas.

Giving Trees are located at various businesses, large and small, throughout Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington Counties. 
You can support this program by selecting a tag from an Angel Tree from any of our sponsors or you can also pick up a tag at one of these local malls:

Lloyd Center Mall

2201 Lloyd Center
Portland, OR  97232

Cedar Hills Crossing
3205 SW Cedar Hills Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97005-1357

Washington Square Mall *
9585 SW Washington Square Rd.
Portland, OR 97223 

*The Salvation Army is one of the organizations represented on this tree.  In order to support The Salvation Army, please make sure and select one of our specific tags.


Can't make it to a tree?? You can pick a tag online now!

Virtual Angel Tree - give joy online!

Pick out a toy for a child in need at and bring joy to a child this Christmas. Your purchase will go toward helping families provide a happy Christmas for their children!


For more information on where to find an Angel Tree, for starting your own, or donating to the program, contact the Christmas Coordinator at 503-794-3246 or e-mail


 KATU is a community partner of The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program

 KATU Channel 2 is a continued sponsor for this program, continuing to advertise and promote this program within the community.