Employees in the Human Resources Division got an early start to the holiday season by adopting 12 children from the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree. Employees shopped for items from each child’s needs and wish list, and delivered the gifts and clothing to the Salvation Army the first week of December. Parents will pick up the items, so children will have their gifts to open on Christmas morning. Across Birmingham, the Salvation Army will provide gifts and clothing to about 4,000 children through its Angel Tree program this Christmas.
“I consider myself truly blessed to work for a company that was started by a man with a servant’s heart and to work with people who seek to serve those in our communities,” said Leave of Absence Supervisor Sheila Hill. “The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program is amazing and will bring smiles to a lot of children across our city. It was a wonderful opportunity for us to share our blessings with others.”