CHARLTON ATHLETIC GIVING TREE | First gifts collected by Salvation Army

The first set of presents to be donated to local children in south-east London by Charlton supporters have been collected by the Salvation Army from The Valley.

The Charlton Athletic Giving Tree, which first launched last year, enables fans to treat someone less fortunate this Christmas and there is still time for supporters who would like to get involved to do so.

Featuring gift tags for children aged six months to 16 years old, more than 70 presents have already been donated by generous fans this year.

To get involved, simply head to the main West Stand reception at The Valley and collect a gift tag from the tree for either a boy or a girl. On the tag will be the age of the child to purchase for.

You can then purchase the gift and return it unwrapped to The Valley where it can be handed to the receptionist. The club will work with the Salvation Army to get all presents wrapped and distributed before Christmas Day.

There is no minimum spend for the gift and fans have until 5pm on Friday, December 22nd to return gifts to main reception.

For security reasons we ask that gifts are donated unwrapped and the club would like to thank every fan who has already donated a gift.

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