DePaul participates in annual angel tree toy drive

Tree tags
All members of the DePaul community are welcome to stop by the 55 E. Jackson Blvd. main lobby or the lobby of the President's Office to take an Angel Tree gift tag and purchase a present to bring cheer to a child in need. (DePaul University/Rachel Marciano)
If you're on the Loop Campus and looking for a way to give back this December, the holiday trees located in the 55 E. Jackson Blvd. building may have the answer. Marc Realty, the company that owns the building where several DePaul offices are located, has teamed with The Salvation Army on the organization's Angel Tree program. All DePaul community members are welcome to stop by the building's main lobby or the lobby of the President's Office to take an Angel Tree gift tag and purchase a present to bring cheer to a child in need.

The tags on the Angel Trees represent the wishes and desires of a child or youth. Each year, the Angel Tree program helps thousands of children and families across the United States have their specific needs and wants met for a joyous holiday experience.

Once purchased, please do not wrap the gifts. Simply tape the tag to the gifts and drop them off with Phyllis Gregg, on the 22nd floor, or in suite 360 of 55 E. Jackson Blvd. All donations must be turned in by Tuesday, Dec. 12.

Questions may be directed to Phyllis Gregg