The Wiregrass is making a difference in children's lives this Christmas.
The Salvation Army Angel Tree had more than 500 children sign up this year.
People have adopted more than half of the angels and have returned Christmas gifts for those kids.
However, there are still nearly 250 names on the tree.
"They're really not asking for expensive toys at all all they really need is the basics. One little girl, all she wanted for Christmas was nail polish,” said angel tree volunteer, Caleb Zacherl.
You still have time to adopt an angel.
They will be set up at Wiregrass Commons Mall until 9:00 p.m. tomorrow night.