We invite you to join us for another season of sharing and caring in our community. For 27 years the Sharing Tree program has collected and distributed gifts each year throughout the community. Whether children need warm coats and gloves for the winter, a mother wants a movie for family night, or a father needs transportation vouchers so he can get to work, there are plenty of opportunities to bring joy to those in need in Midland County.
This year United Way of Midland County and The Salvation Army will begin partnering to streamline Midland County’s Sharing Tree Program. This collaboration will help take the program to the next level and create a bigger impact on the Midland community.
Sharing Tree tags go out on trees each November to area churches, businesses, stores and corporations.
This year the Sharing Tree Program is excited to announce the kick-off of its’ online Sharing Tree Impact Store. With online shopping growing more popular year by year the United Way saw an opportunity to create a larger impact with the Sharing Tree Program. This store operates like most online shopping sites and allows users to find and purchase basic need items or gifts to help bring holiday joy to those in need in the community. To purchase items or to learn more visit the Sharing Tree Online Impact Store: www.SharingTreeMidland.com
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Sharing Tree FAQ Document
PUBLIC TREE LOCATIONS
Wildfire Credit Union
Members First Credit Union
Computers to Go -Midland Mall
United Way of Midland County