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Angel Tree helps parents in prison

For someone in prison, Christmas can be the most difficult of seasons. For their children left behind, it can be even harder. This Christmas, we can be the ones to show them love and kindness

Christmas is especially difficult for prisoners and their children. Angel Tree lessens the devastation experienced as a result of parental absence by not only helping families connect and build relationships but by providing children with much-needed joy.

Prison Fellowship volunteers work with prison chaplains and local churches to buy, wrap and deliver the presents. As long as prisoners are allowed access to their children, they are given the opportunity to apply for a gift to be sent to them.

Each gift is dispatched with a personal message written by the parent in prison. The parent is also given the option of including an age-appropriate Christian storybook in their child’s gift.

On Sunday 6th November the Angel Tree team will be in the foyer at Milton Keynes Christian Centre.  Take a tag from the Christmas Tree and buy a gift for a child and then bring it back on Sunday 13th November.

If you are unable to buy a gift, you can donate £20 to help send a gift to a child and make their Christmas special. Your donation will help cover the cost of buying, wrapping and delivering the gift.

To give £20 online head to our donation page here


Text ANGELTREE to 70085 to donate £20
(Texts cost £20 plus one standard rate message)

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