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Places including Walmart, the Sheriff's Office, and Brewers have Salvation Army Angel Trees put up.
On those tree's you'll see ornaments with tags on them listing a child's name, gender, and wishlist.
People in the Yuma community have a chance to give these children in need a very special Christmas by taking a tag from the tree, going out and buying the toys on the wishlist, and bringing those toys back.
Even the Rural/Metro Fire Department is raising toys for the Toys for Tots program at their stations.
The Salvation Army is looking to raise 11,000 toys. As of now, they only have 1,250.
The goal is to help out 1,250 families.