The Salvation Army launched its Christmas gift drive

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With the beginning of the holiday season, the willingness to help people in need also begins!
 
The Salvation Army on Friday launched its Christmas gift drive wherein it will provide Christmas gifts to over 50,000 names on its Christmas trees.  Drum beats from the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm and Blue drum line invited crowd for the launch inside Northpark Center. This program started at Northpark in 1984.
 

The Salvation Army begins working on this tradition after Labor Day and interview mothers in order to make sure that they are actually in need of the gift. It has recorded about 50,000 people in North Texas who will celebrate Christmas with the Salvation Army and the humanity of strangers.
 
Texas economy is the best in the nation and unemployment rate has been record low still, the need to help people exists here. According to Salvation Army Maj. Barbara Rich, DFW Five county area has a bigger gap between the people who have everything and the people who haven’t.
 
The event brought attention when Zeke Elliott donated Dak Prescott in the Salvation Army red kettle after scoring a touchdown during Thanksgiving gam held on Thursday. His effort encouraged more than millions at home to donate.

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