FOX4: Adopt-an-Angel program brings holiday joy to hundreds of local children in need

November 30, 2021

Each year, the Adopt-an-Angel program through Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center works to bring holiday cheer to children and families in need. The program serves more than 500 local children in Crittenton's residential, foster care, and home-based programs.

FOX4 talked to Wanda Taylor, Director of Community Development at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center, about Adopt-an-Angel's most needed items ahead of the holidays.

Taylor explains other ways you can help by adopting a unit wish list or volunteering your time.

Learn more about the Adopt-an-Angel program below.

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