Salvation Army Angels Receive Gifts From Cunningham Bounds
The Salvation Army believes that every child deserves to know the joy of a new toy or clothing at Christmas – and so do we. A long-standing tradition at Cunningham Bounds has been to support the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program. Each year, the attorneys adopt a number of angels and the staff carefully shops for the children making sure every wish list is fulfilled.
The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama provides Christmas gifts to families in need throughout Mobile & Baldwin Counties. In 2016, it provided gifts for close to 2,500 local children through the Angel Tree program.
Cunningham Bounds Helps Salvation Army Provide Gifts for Children
The attorneys and staff of Cunningham Bounds have eagerly been purchasing gifts and clothing for the Salvation Army’s 2015 Angel Tree Program.
The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama provides Christmas gifts to families in need throughout Mobile & Baldwin Counties. In recent years, the organization has provided gifts for close to 2,500 local children through the Angel Tree Program.
The firm is pleased to support this charity by helping provide gifts for children in our community at Christmas.
Cunningham Bounds Celebrates the Season of Giving
Traditionally, the attorneys and staff of Cunningham Bounds have concentrated on helping local children in need during the holidays. This year was no exception. Salvation Army “angels” were enthusiastically adopted, and very quickly, the office was filled with gifts for Santa to deliver. The firm also provided gifts for more than two dozen children on Christmas morning through the Boys & Girls Club. Last but not least, Cunningham Bounds was a sponsor of the Child Advocacy Center’s annual fundraiser, Holiday Cheer at the Bull, which raised funds used throughout the year to help children in crisis.
Cunningham Bounds Provides Christmas Gifts for Local Children
The attorneys of Cunningham Bounds provided Christmas gifts for needy children by sponsoring 10 Salvation Army “angels.” Staff members eagerly volunteered to shop for the children. They purchased “wish list” items and made sure each child had presents to open Christmas morning. Pictured: Above, several Cunningham Bounds’ staff members organize the gifts before taking them to the Salvation Army.