From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — The Trussville Home Depot is doing its part this holiday season.
The store’s manager Marshall Smith recently presented Trussville fire chief Tim Shotts with a $1,000 check to go toward the department’s Christmas for Kids program, which is designed to aid families in Trussville who need help during Christmas.
According to store representatives, the Home Depot Foundation/Operation Surprise made the donation possible. Operation Surprise is designed to give Home Depot an outlet to gives back to those who serve their communities.
Anyone interested in contributing to Christmas for Kids can drop off new, unwrapped toys at any Trussville fire station or make a monetary donation by mailing a check to Trussville Fire and Rescue at 421 Cherokee Drive in Trussville.