November 27, 2010 by staff 

Boscovs, Boscov’s hopes of making the holidays more festive for a number of older people, giving them some much needed items.
Department stores in Pennsylvania is encouraging customers to donate gifts, like toothpaste, socks and slippers, to nursing homes in the local district.
Christmas trees have been placed in the store, holding ornaments identify elements that need nursing home residents.
“We ask that people share in the spirit of Christmas and be an angel,” Irene Kelly, store manager public relations department, said the Times Leader.
“Take an angel or ornament for the tree and then buy something or offer a donation,” she says.
Boscov has also created a similar Christmas tree to help animals in need.
This time, the donations go to the Blue Chip Rescue Corps Dallas Animal Shelter.
It’s a no-kill shelter, which provides a home for dogs and cats.
“This is our first year working with the animal shelter,” said Kelly, the Times Leader.
“They need much help. It’s amazing how some animals are treated before they reach the shelter.”

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