CoStar Insights

Spread Joy with CoStar and the Salvation Army’s “Angel Tree” Program

by CoStar Builds | Nov 15, 2017

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Gifts collected for the 2016 Angel Tree program filled the CoStar café in Washington, DC last year.

Building on the success of last year’s “Angel Tree” program in Washington, DC, major CoStar offices are banding together this holiday season to connect our employees with children in need.

In DC, Boston, Richmond, San Francisco, San Diego, Columbia, MD, and Atlanta, CoStar employees are being asked to adopt an "angel" and provide items from that child’s holiday wish list.  

Last year, more than 200 angels were adopted by CoStar employees in DC. From today through Wednesday, November 22, CoStar employees may sign up to adopt an angel and collect items for that child. 

  • Washington, DC employees should sign up in person by visiting the DC office second floor café and lounge between 12 and 2 pm on any Wednesday from now until November 22

Individuals or teams of colleagues may adopt one angel or multiple angels. Wish requests range from new coats and clothing to toys and bikes. Collect your new, unwrapped items and deliver them to your local Angel Tree office volunteer by Wednesday, November 29th.

CoStar has already helped hundreds of children across the DC region enjoy a brighter holiday; with your help, that tradition will grow this year. 

Please remember that once you commit to an angel, you are fully responsible for delivering the gifts that child will receive.

Questions?  Email costarbuilds@costar.com.

 
 

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