Angel Tree program at Envision Financial

Envision Financial, including locations in Abbotsford and Mission, has launched its Angel Tree program.

Envision Financial, including locations in Abbotsford and Mission, has launched its Angel Tree program.

The program runs from now until Dec. 3 and involves 15 locations displaying Christmas trees with angels that represent a child or senior in the community. Members of the public are encouraged to take an angel from the free and return it with a new, unwrapped gift. All gifts and cash donations are delivered to a non-profit agency or Christmas bureau in each community.

In 2010, four Envision branches participated in the Angel Tree program Delta and Surrey. This year, the program has been expanded to support eight communities.

Participating local Envision locations are at 2090 Sumas Way and 32711 South Fraser Way in Abbotsford, and #120 – 32555 London Ave. in Mission.

For information, visit envisionfinancial.ca.

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