ATU Students Support 2021 Salvation Army Angel Tree

Salvation Army Angel Tree 2021
Representatives from the Arkansas Tech University College Panhellenic Council who provided leadership for the campus Salvation Army Angel Tree effort in 2021 included (from left-to-right) Brynn Simmons, Cymber Henderson, Payton Youngblood, Anna Neal and Amber King.

One hundred children in the Arkansas River Valley will have a brighter holiday season due to the efforts of sorority and fraternity members at Arkansas Tech University.

This marks the sixth consecutive year the ATU College Panhellenic Council has organized an on-campus Salvation Army Angel Tree program.

“I am so thankful that our fraternity and sorority life community was able to give back to so many children in our community,” said Payton Youngblood, graduate assistant for fraternity and sorority life and resident director for Caraway Residence Hall. “It really warms my heart to see our community all come together and provide support to these children.”