The Children’s Aid Society that serves Napanee and area is still seeking donations for its Tree of Hope Christmas campaign.
Communications manager with the Frontenac Lennox and Addington Children’s Services, John Suart, says the program has been running for 122 years.
Suart says about 600 children have been matched so far this year, with about 200 to go.
The toys and gifts are delivered on December 16.
The campaign is well on its way to reaching its monetary goal of $15,000 by December 31. So far, $10,000 has been raised.
Toys are still needed. People are asked to contact KLA children’s Services to get a match to one of the kids being served.
To donate online you can go to treeofhope.ca