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Your Support Makes Magic Happen!

Since 1992, 30 years ago, Lethbridge Family Services – Angel Tree Christmas campaign's goal has been to ensure that every child has the opportunity to experience the joy of Christmas. We want to help as many families in need as possible, and this can only be accomplished with your help.

In 2022, through community help, we gave gift bundles to 3,274 babies, children, and youth, 0 - 18 years.

We are proud to tell you that every dollar you donate goes directly to the Angel Tree Christmas Campaign. Your donation is making a direct impact in your community.


How to Support Angel Tree: 

Donate a Toy:
Monetary Donation 

Become a Sponsor
            - Dolls for our 3-6 year old children
            - Lego or books for children 10-13 years old.

Help us spread the word!
Adopt-A-Family: Guidelines below or download here.
            - $75 toys/gifts per child and $25 clothing per child
            - $50 gift for parent/guardian
            - $50 grocery gift card for each family member

  1. Purchase all gifts and bring them to the Angel Tree Toy Depot for us to gift bundle
  2. Purchase all gifts and book a time to bundle them at the Angel Tree Toy Depot
  3. Make a donation and we take care of everything!
Contact: Trina Tymko, Adopt-a-Family Manager  AngelTreeinfo@lfsfamily.ca   587-370-3426

Thank you so much for your support.


 

 

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Located on the traditional lands of the Blackfoot Confederacy, Lethbridge Family Services is committed to honouring the land from a place of knowing. We honour the Siksikaitsitapi as both the traditional and current Land Keepers of this area, and we welcome all First Nations, Métis, Inuit and non-Indigenous peoples who call Blackfoot territory their home.