Annual Holiday Helper Tree tradition continues amidst pandemic

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Credit: Georgia Southern

Fernanda Camacho Hauser, Correspondent

The annual Holiday Helper Tree tradition keeps on as the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement teams up with IT to move the 27 year old tradition to an online format.

The move to an online format for this year doesn’t just keep the tradition going but it also opens it up for more people to donate across all three campuses, according to a mid-November press release. 

Neisha Sadhnani, the software developer of the program, is excited to be working on such an impactful project.

“I realized how big and impactful this project will be, touching the lives of so many and how thoughtful these efforts are made by the Office of Leadership and Community Engagement and Jordan Wilburn every year,” Sadhnani said in the press release.

The digital process is quick and easy to use with two options: pulling a digital tag or donating funds which will help complete unchosen tags.

You can read more about it, pick a digital tag, and keep up with the deadlines for this project on the Leadership & Community Engagement website. But keep in mind that the project will be closing Friday, December 4.

Pick a tag here: https://students.georgiasouthern.edu/LeadServe/hht/