UNWRAPPING THE GIFT OF CONNECTION
Every year, Angel Tree® brings children and their incarcerated mom or dad together on Christmas, one gift at a time.
GIVE THE ULTIMATE GIFT - THE GIFT OF CHRIST
Angel Tree®, a program of Prison Fellowship®, reaches out to the children of prisoners and their families with the love of Christ. Through Angel Tree, volunteers are mobilized to deliver a gift, the Gospel, and a personal message of love to children on behalf of their mom or dad in prison. Every Angel Tree parent’s family is also given access to a free, easy-to-read copy of the Bible (available in English or Spanish). It starts with a gift and leads to restored relationships.
WAYS TO SUPPORT ANGEL TREE THIS CHRISTMAS
One in 28 children in the U.S. has a parent behind bars—that’s equal to one child in every classroom. You can help children know they are treasured and loved.
Sign up your church, small group, or organization to make a difference in the lives of prisoners’ families by coordinating gift deliveries and more.
SHARE ON SOCIAL
Our carefully curated Angel Tree Christmas Toolkit includes everything you need to share the Angel Tree Christmas message on social media.
ABOUT ANGEL TREE®
Incarceration can strain family ties to the breaking point. Angel Tree shares the love of Christ in a tangible way and strengthens family bonds, delivering personalized gifts and the Gospel to children on behalf of their incarcerated parents at Christmas. Every Angel Tree family is also given access to a free, easy-to-read copy of the Bible in English or Spanish.
And the story continues all year, as Angel Tree Camping® makes Christ-centered summer camp possible for prisoners’ kids and Angel Tree Sports Clinic™ helps youth be champions on the field and in life. Through each program and mentoring opportunity, you can join Angel Tree to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of families in your community!
Left in her grandmother's care, Tatianna would pray at Christmas and New Year's, I just want my mama here. Then Angel Tree brought them closer to each other and to God, and Tatianna’s feelings of abandonment melted away.
Grief colored Kevin's childhood. But in the darkness, two reliable sources of light shone in Kevin's life: his adoptive mother Mayra and Angel Tree. Today, 25-year-old Kevin is extremely grateful for Mayra, Angel Tree, and the life he's been given.
Jamie stood gaping by the open car trunk as volunteers handed gifts to him his brother. Clutching those presents was the closest thing to wrapping their arms around his dad. Angel Tree brought a miracle to his family’s empty living room.
After causing a deadly car wreck, Joe went to prison and left two young daughters behind. Angel Tree helped set his family on a new path. Now, he is the director of Angel Tree Sports Clinic, bringing hope to thousands of prisoners’ kids each year.