Softball, Women's Hoop Lend Some Muscle to SNHU’s Angel Tree Campaign

Two SNHU athletes shown wrapping presents as part of the Angel Tree public service campaign.

SNHU athletes loading cars with gifts for the Angel Tree program MANCHESTER, N.H. – The Southern New Hampshire University softball and women's basketball teams lent their assistance to SNHU's Angel Tree program this holiday season.

The teams helped carry all of the gifts that were bought to the vehicles of the people delivering them to families in need.

The Angel Tree campaign provides gifts to those who might not otherwise receive them during the holiday season. Students and faculty from the SNHU campus community can take a tag from one of 10 different Angel Trees, buy and wrap a gift, and then return it to campus so it can be delivered. The campaign also includes raffles for themed baskets that are donated by University staff, faculty, students and vendors. The money raised by the raffle is used to buy gifts for tags that may have been taken from the trees but never returned with the corresponding gift. 

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