TULSA, Oklahoma -- The News On 6 has teamed up once again with the Salvation Army's Angel Tree to help make Christmas a little brighter for some Oklahoma children.
On Thursday, the program got a big hand from another sponsor when K95.5 FM brought a mobile tree to the station's parking lot. The station has been making their rounds to get as many sponsors as possible for this year's angels.
"There's a big need this year, and we're trying to help people by actually coming to you a little bit, a little drive up service if you will, with the Salvation Army Angel Tree," said Matt Bradley, K95.5 FM. "Going out into the community, getting these into the hands of the people who can help out so we can get as many of these kids taken care of this year."
To help, just pick out an angel from the trees at Woodland Hills or Promenade Malls, then do your shopping and return your unwrapped gift by the 17th. The Salvation Army will get them to the families in time for Christmas.