BE AN ANGEL TO LOCAL SENIORS IN NEED
KINGMAN, Ariz. -The City of Kingman is proud to work with the Senior Corps of Mohave County to bring the Senior Angel Tree to Kingman. For more than a decade, City employees and community members have had the opportunity to be “Angels” to local senior citizens in need.
“The City of Kingman has proudly partnered with the Senior Corps on their Angel Tree Program for many years to help provide necessities over the holidays to our community’s seniors. The Covid-19 pandemic has made 2020 a challenging year for all of us, yet it also provides us all with an opportunity to magnify the true spirit of Christmas through charity, kindness, and generosity, as we stand hand-in-hand and heart-to-heart as a city,” states Vice Mayor
“Angels” can pick up wishes beginning Wednesday, November 18, at the City of Kingman main office, located at 310 N. 4 th St. in Kingman. Once wishes are filled, they can be returned to the city office, no later than Thursday, December 10. The wishes will be distributed to the seniors at
a special event on Friday, December 18.
The Senior Corps is a volunteer service organization of adults, age 55+. It is comprised of three programs: the Foster Grandparent Program, the RSVP Program, and the Senior Companion Program. The Civic Service Institute of Northern Arizona University (NAU) oversees the Senior
Corps programs in Mohave County. If you would like more information about the Senior Angel Tree or The Senior Corps, please call Heather Brassil at (928)715-2200, or email [email protected]