East Liverpool Nursing Students Sponsor Salvation Army Angel Tree

Student Nurses Association gather gifts to deliver to the Salvation Army.

The Student Nurses Association at Kent State East Liverpool spearheaded a project to help provide gifts for 100 local children through the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree project. Students, faculty and staff across campus participated in the outreach effort, collecting baby dolls, trucks, games, Legos, other toys, coats, clothing and four bikes.

Angela Douglass, senior lecturer in the ADN program on the East Liverpool Campus, helped the students organize the outreach project and noted that this partnership has continued for 20 years. “The spirit of giving is evident each year,” she said.

Cutline: Gathering the gifts to deliver to the Salvation Army are members of the Student Nurses Association (from left) Lauren Plunkett, president; Angela Douglass, faculty advisor; Brittany Soltis, secretary; Carsyn Hoppel, treasurer; and Mason Morris, vice president.


POSTED: Monday, December 12, 2022 03:24 PM
Updated: Monday, December 12, 2022 03:40 PM