Angel Tree

The Angel Tree Program is back for 2020 albeit, like most things in 2020, a little different than in years past. The Outreach Committee is excited to announce that we are partnering with the Hilton Head High School Parents, Teachers, and Staff Organization (HHIHSPTSO) to bolster their annual Seahawk Support Circle Holiday Bag Program benefiting students within the High School community identified as at-risk by the School social workers. Each at-risk student will receive a new backpack loaded with snacks and essential personal care items - things that may seem very basic to us, are crucial to these young people attending school regularly. Please use the on-line sign-up page to select a gift or gifts to contribute.

Because of COVID-19 protocols, there will be no physical trees with gift tags this year. Instead, we ask that you sign-up online by clicking here to claim items. To make shopping easier for you this year, we have created two wishlists that you can shop from, please know that shopping from these lists is not mandatory and that you are welcome to shop anywhere you would like. If you would like to shop via the wishlists you can do so here; click here for Amazon list or click here for the Walmart list.


All gifts must be at the Church on or before Thursday, December 3. Please mark your gift with its number from the sign-up page. Gifts are NOT to be wrapped.


Monetary contributions can be paid on-line by clicking here, if paying by check please make it out to All Saints’ Episcopal Church with Angel Tree in the note space, or by bringing cash to the Church office during regular office hours; Monday-Thursday 10am - 1pm.


Non-monetary gifts can be delivered to the Church office Mondays through Thursdays between 10am and 1pm or brought to the Gratitude Service at 10:00am on Wednesday, November 25. If you order a gift on-line, you can choose to have it shipped directly to the All Saints’ Episcopal Church office at 3001 Meeting Street, Hilton Head Island, SC 20026.  Please note, all non-monetary gifts are for high school aged children.


Regarding the requested bicycles, we know this is a big ask in terms of both cost and the scarcity of bicycles since the Coronavirus, but a bike is often the only way for these kids to get to part-time jobs and participate in after school activities. Please consider teaming with others and the option of providing an Amazon gift card for the future purchase of a bike once supplies recover. 


For Sun City residents, you can skip in-person delivery to the Church, by using the same network in place for the weekly food pantry donations. Take your Angel Tree gift to Cathy Brookman, 9 Ansley Place in Sun City on or before Sunday, November 29.


For Sea Pines residents, you can skip in-person delivery to the Church, by using the same network in place for the weekly food pantry donations. Take your Angel Tree gift to Pam Cooper, 1 Whistling Swan in Sea Pines on or before Thursday, December 3.


If you have any questions or have personal circumstances that require special assistance in order for you to participate, please contact Faith Hahn at 732-778-0407 or click here to email her. 


Click here to go to the Angel Tree sign up page.