Angel Tree helps abused children, needs your participation

The Edmondson-Telford Center for Children is requesting volunteer help with their Angel Tree Event. This is a new fundraiser to generate awareness and funds for child victims of sexual abuse. They are asking for help from the community, as well as from Brenau students, sororities, and employees to make the event a success.

They need assistance writing thank you cards to donors, which will be quite a few once the event opens at Lake Lanier Island on next Friday, November 18th. Edmondson-Telford Center collaborates with the Brenau Psychology Club.

If you”re interested in participating, you can make a cash donation and/or purchase an ornament to go on the tree in memory of a survivor of child sexual abuse or in the name of someone you love.

The main event called the Magical Night of Lights will take place on December 1 on Lake Lanier Island because this is the National Day of the Child. At the main event they will turn on the lights and light the Angel Tree.

Please contact Bianca Poindexter, President of the Psychology Club at bpoindexter@tiger.brenau.edu with any questions. Friday,

November 11, 2011