Angel Tree may start with a Christmas gift, but the families of prisoners have year-round needs, too. Find out how your church can meet the needs of Angel Tree families all year long.
Learn more about the nation’s largest outreach to the children of prisoners and how a simple Christmas gift can have a positive influence on a child, family, and community.
Shane loved his children and had never wanted to hurt them, but his addiction had damaged them.
"I turned to the Lord to seek His comfort. ... I kept a journal for three years, and I wrote down how much I loved my kids and how much the Lord loved them."
"Jesus Christ came in and taught me how to parent my children because of Angel Tree."
I’ll never get tired of the smile on those children’s faces when they rip off the wrapping paper and say, “This is from my Daddy?”
Books with well-written stories have the power to unlock a child's God-given imagination and create deep bonds between the child and their parent—even if that parent is behind bars.
Patterns of brokenness seem to pass through family generations, almost like an inheritance.
Too many kids with incarcerated parents end up becoming statistics. But Zeeke was different, and he says Angel Tree camp is a big part of the reason.