Wilson was at SouthPark Mall where he was kicking off the 2018 Salvation Army Angel Tree, the WCCB Charlotte/ Subway-Salvation Army Virtual Angel Tree and Wilson's 2018 Stuff the Truck event.
WCCB Charlotte's CW and The Salvation Army operate the Angel Tree program to provide Christmas assistance to those in need in our community. Families register children age 14 and under to receive new Christmas gifts for the holidays. Once registered, each child's information is placed on an angel to be adopted. Individuals, families, groups, and companies are given the opportunity to adopt angels and purchase Christmas gifts for these children. All gifts are then returned, sorted and distributed to the families prior to Christmas Day. Through the involvement of the community, many lives are touched and much joy is spread through the Angel Tree program.
How to help an angel in your area...
Click on your county to adopt a local child.
Register as an Angel Tree donor.
Browse the list of children who are registered in your county and select who would like to help.
Submit your selection and a confirmation screen will appear for you to print.
When you are ready, take your gifts and the print out to an Angel Tree location near you.
The Subway Salvation Army Angel Tree on WCCB Charlotte's CW
It's the first day to adopt a child from the Subway Salvation Army Angel Tree and Major Larry stopped by to talk how you can help make the wishes of kids come true for 2018's holiday season.
Results from the 2017 Subway Salvation Army Angel Tree project were released Thursday, and it was a HUGE success!
Wilson was at the Salvation Army Angel Tree distribution center where over 6,000 families will have a much happier Christmas this year.
Thank you to Subway, SouthPark Mall, Acosta Heating & Cooling and Two Men and a Truck for their help with 2017's Stuff The Truck!
Check out these pictures from Wilson's Stuff The Truck event benefiting Subway/Salvation Army Angel Tree.
Wilson wraps up his 27 hour Stuff the Truck event at SouthPark Mall with the Salvation Army band in true Wilson style...at the top of his lungs.
A host of guests are featuring with Wilson all day long as he camps out for 27 hours at SouthPark Mall to Stuff The Truck for The Salvation Army Angel Tree.
Join Wilson as he spends the next 24 hours "stuffing the truck" at SouthPark Mall for the Subway Salvation Army Angel Tree.
Wilson was at Blue Hill Socks introducing us to a local business that supports local community outreach, including Wilson's new Wilson's World sock to help this year's Salvation Army Angel Tree.