Giving Trees Return to Greenville

Greenville Giving Trees have returned to Central Park and are  
currently in need of donations.

Established in 2017 by Holly Patterson and her children, Catherine,  
Joshua and Brianna, the Giving Trees are set up for anyone who is  
walking through town to grab a dry hat, scarf or gloves/mittens to  
keep out the cold. Seeing it for themselves, the Pattersons started  
the idea to make sure that even the little thing like a dry pair of  
gloves can make a difference for someone who is cold.

Items, including new or gently used but clean hats, gloves, mittens,  
headbands, scarves and socks are needed to fill the trees. Donation  
boxes have been set up at a number of locations including the Chamber  
office, Steph's, Family Video, The Record-Argus lobby, Care-Fill  
Pharmacy and the Greenville Fire Station.

If you are unable to make a purchase of items and put them onto the  
trees, monetary donations will also be used to purchase items to keep  
the trees filled as long as they are up.

For information, call or text Holly at 724-651-2951.