Salvation Army Spokane running short on gifts this holiday season

SPOKANE, Wash. — The Salvation Army Spokane is asking for your help providing gifts to those in need this holiday season, in particular children ages 10-14.

Christmas is one week away, and The Salvation Army Spokane says they are in great need of gifts for children regardless of their age.

They have collected 3,000 toys so far and are looking for 6,500 new gifts for children in need.

You can donate online through the Kid Wish List Link and the Teen Wish List Link on Amazon.

Anyone can also help in-person by going to Salvation Army Angel Tree locations across the city. All you need to do is take an Angel tag on the tree, buy a new gift and bring it back unwrapped.

Here is where the Salvation Army Angel Trees are located:


  • JC Penny: 4730 N. Division St.
  • Walmart: 5025 E. Sprague Ave.
  • Walmart: 2301 W. Wellesley Ave.
  • North 40: 8307 E. Trent Ave.
  • Old Navy: 5660 N. Division
  • Old Navy: 14022 E. Indiana Ave.


  • JC Penny: 14730 E. Indiana Ave.
  • Walmart: 15727 E. Broadway Ave.


  • Walmart: 1221 S. Hayford Rd.

There is also the option to send a check or money to the Salvation Amy Spokane at E. Indiana Ave., Spokane, WA 99207. If you send a check, put “For Salvation Army Christmas Gifts in Spokane” on the memo line.  You can also donate gift cards.

Any questions can be directed to The Salvation Army at 509-325-6810 or at

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