NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nearly 9,000
toys were donated during Wednesday's Toy Field at LP Field for the Forgotten
This year, the Salvation
Army's Angel Tree program saw a record number of 17,000 children and elderly
who signed up.
All the gifts collected
at LP Field Wednesday will go to the children who were not adopted from the
Angel Tree this year. Officials with the Salvation Army said this year with the
record need, they had nearly 2,000 Angels still left on the trees.
If you weren't able to stop by LP Field there are still ways you can help.
"You can out a donation in the mail, or make a donation online by
or you can stop by any shopping center and put a donation in the Red Kettle,"
said Lt. Col. Charles White with the Salvation Army.
Donations will also be accepted until December 16th at the Salvation Army
headquarters in Nashville at 700 Cowen Street.