Angel Tree

November 8 – December 5, 2020

Brighten this holiday season by donating gifts for the children and families served by our mission partners: Literacy Achieves, Mi Escuelita & Interfaith Family Services! 

Gifts Needed

  • Children’s toys, books, and games (Infant to 5-year-old gifts preferred)
  • $25 Gift Cards to Walmart and Target

Delivery Options

  • Order online 

click here for our Amazon Wishlist

  • Drop off at one of the Gift Collection Sites here: 

click here for our dropoff map


Please leave gifts unwrapped, and deliver gifts by Sunday, December 5. With your generous donations, parents will have the opportunity to “shop” for their children and create a special memory for their family this Christmas season!

More about our Mission Partners:


Literacy Achieves promotes family literacy with immigrant and refugee families across Dallas through its Adult English Literacy Program, Early Childhood Education Program, and Student Support Services. Dedicated volunteer teachers provide classes offered in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings across three campuses (and now virtually, too!). As a recipient of PHPC Loaves & Fishes funds, Literacy Achieves is providing critical financial assistance to individuals and families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. For more information, visit


Interfaith Family Services empowers families in crisis to break the cycle of poverty by eliminating the barriers to stability and security through its programs and services, including transitional housing, extended-hour childcare services, financial coaching, employment training and placement services, and more. All of Interfaith Family Services’ offerings have remained available and have expanded to meet the needs of families during COVID-19, including the creation of the COVID-19 Affected Workers Fund. For more information, visit

Mi Escuelita offers exceptional preschool educational experiences to low income families and children in the Dallas community. Their curriculum is designed to increase children’s English language vocabulary to ensure their language skills are strong enough to transition to English speaking kindergarten classrooms. This is achieved through early childhood education, parental involvement, and a parent training program to ensure families are able to take full advantage of educational opportunities and succeed academically. Each year, more than 85% of children graduating from Mi Escuelita qualify to transition directly to English speaking classrooms. For more information, visit: