Every year, members of the Pima County Sheriff’s Department open their hearts by providing underprivileged families and children an opportunity to experience joy during the holiday season.
This year, through the S.A.V. Adopt-A-Family program and the Corrections Officer's Angel Tree program, several families and children will have their holiday wishes fulfilled.
The Adopt-A-Family Christmas trees are placed in the S.A.V. office and in the lobby of the Sheriff’s Department Administration building. The trees will have a gift tag, which will contain a name, age, size, and any special needs of each person. If you choose to participate, please visit the tree and select a tag. All gifts should be returned no later than Friday, December 17th.
The Corrections Officers Angel Tree program is supporting children from the Marana School District this year and would like to reach their target goal of giving gifts to 50 kids. Their tree is at the Pima County Adult Detention Center briefing room and also contains gift tags for each person. Anyone wishing to participate, can pick up a tag and return the wrapped gift by December 8th.