Tulsa business donates toys to the Salvation Army's ' Angel Tree'
Friday, December 3rd 2004, 2:39 pm
News On 6
Hundreds of Tulsa area kids will have a brighter Christmas thanks to a big donation by a local business. R & S Janitorial Services donated hundreds of stuffed animals to the Salvation Army's Angel Tree Friday.
Employees of R & S got the animals by playing the claw games you see in the front of grocery stores. Employees say it started as a joke, but turned into something more serious.
Rose Sanseverino with R & S Janitorial Service: "It looked challenging, see how many we could get, we wanted to get more, but we got all we could get."
About 300 stuffed animals were donated Friday. Rose says they'll probably do this again next year and hopefully they'll get even more stuffed animals. So far, about angels have been adopted. There are still plenty left to adopt.
If you'd like to help, stop by the Salvation Army Angel Tree on the lower level at Woodland Hills Mall.