United Gives Back: Christmas Angel Tree Project 2016
By Shayna Conant on December 23, 2016
United was able to adopt 13 Angels from Ashland, 24 Angels from Cimarron, 25 Angels from the Salvation Army in
The Angel Tree project is a program set up to provide new clothing and/or toys for children and families in need through the support of donors during the Christmas season. Each Angel is then placed on a tree for donors to choose from and purchase gifts for each of the Angels. The gifts are then given to the organizations, where families come and pick up their children’s gifts for Christmas morning.
“Christmas is about sharing," says Todd Houseman, CEO for United Telephone Association, Inc. ”United takes
United and its employees are proud to partner with these communities in Southwest Kansas to provide children with a small symbol letting them know that they are cared for, and to help ensure they are able to enjoy the tradition of receiving gifts this holiday season.
United hopes to continue to give back to other surrounding communities in Southwest Kansas in the future.