Giving Trees help kids with Christmas

Nexus Youth And Families Enumclaw is asking local residents to help a child in need this Christmas by participating in the organization’s Giving Tree program.

  • Monday, November 13, 2017 2:17pm
  • LifeNews

Nexus Youth And Families Enumclaw is asking local residents to help a child in need this Christmas by participating in the organization’s Giving Tree program.

To purchase an individual gift for a local child, people can visit one of the Giving Trees in town. Trees can be found at Work Sports and Outdoors, 840 Roosevelt Ave., and at Nexus Enumclaw, 1356 Cole St.

Gifts must be returned by Dec. 10 and will be handed over to families on Dec. 21.

For more information about the Giving Tree program, contact Christine Adkins, Nexus case manager, at 360-825-4586, ext. 5654.

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