The program provides toys and gifts to foster children and those from single-parent, low-income households.
Individuals, community groups, business owners and churches can pick a child’s name and fill their requests and return with the gifts on Dec. 15 for the annual Tree of Love Christmas Program.
Since Commissioner Larry Johnson created the Tree of Love program in 1999, it has helped more than 7,000 children get Christmas presents.
Johnson, who represents District 3, said the holiday season is a great time for people to give back to the community and help someone in need.
“This is what Christmas is all about – helping and giving to others,” Johnson said.
Individuals and groups interested in showcasing their talents and participating in the Christmas program can call 404-964-4936.
The Gallery at South DeKalb is at 2801 Candler Road in Decatur.