Angel Tree For AIDS Patients Still Needs Help
Posted December 4, 1996 12:00 a.m. EST
RALEIGH — When Christmas rolls around, most of us are making up lists of things we want. For those with AIDS though, this time of year there are things that are needed. And you can help.
Those with HIV and AIDS often have to spend so much on their treatments that they cannot afford necessary items for themselves and their families. Raleigh's AIDS Service Agency's Angel Tree is an effort to help out some of those AIDS patients during the holiday season.
Barbara Boyd, Angel Tree supervisor for ASA, says there are still 65 names left on the tree.
If you'd like to adopt an angel from the ASA Angel Tree, you can stop by the agency's Raleigh office, at:
Or, you can call the ASA at(919)834-2437. The deadline for gifts is December 13.