Andrews Federal Helps Make Holiday Wishes Come True through Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program

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Andrews Federal collects over thirty gifts for children in need this holiday season

Employees of Andrews Federal Credit Union participated in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program and provided gifts for families in need in Burlington County, New Jersey.

The Angel Tree program is an opportunity for people to help local families and children in need during the holidays. Businesses, offices, organizations, churches, clubs families or any group that wishes to participate can request Angel Tree “tags” from The Salvation Army. Each tag represents the wishes of a real child or youth (toys, clothes, books, hats and gloves). Unlike a toy drive, the Angel Tree program fulfills families’ and children’s specific needs and wishes for the holiday season.

“Every year we look forward to adopting children from the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program,” said Maree Duncker, Andrews Federal Joint Base McGuire/Dix/Lakehurst branch manager. “The holidays are a special time of the year and we are glad to be able to bring happiness to families in the communities we serve.”

Andrews Federal adopted 25 Angel Tree children, ages newborn to 12 years, and bought over 30 gifts consisting of toys, clothes, books, hats and gloves.

About Andrews Federal Credit Union
Andrews Federal Credit Union was founded in 1948 to serve the needs of military and civilian personnel by providing a vast array of financial products and services. With over $900 million in assets, Andrews Federal has grown to serve nearly 100,000 members in the District of Columbia, Joint Base Andrews (MD), Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (NJ), and military installations in central Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. In addition, the Credit Union serves as a financial partner with many select employee groups in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and New Jersey. To learn more about Andrews Federal Credit Union community involvement, products, and services, please visit

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