Cowboy Santas/Salvation Army's Angel Tree enrollment for 2019 has ended.

Please bring photo ID and your sheet provided to you when you pick up your toys. 




Volunteer Opportunities are now organized by the The Salvation Army DFW Metroplex Command team. 

The City of Fort Worth’s Community Action Partners (CAP) serves as the Community Action Agency for Tarrant County and provides comprehensive services to economically disadvantaged individuals, families and the elderly.

CAP works with families & individuals to help them overcome barriers to achieve self-sufficiency. Set an appointment by calling (817) 392-5790.

Help Us Bring Smiles to Thousands of Children  in Tarrant County!

The Parks Mall at Arlington 
Nordstrom North East Mall 
Hulen Mall 
Ridgmar Mall


From Friday, November 1 to Friday, December 6, you can find a tree at the following malls:

NorthPark Center 

Galleria Dallas 
The Shops at Willow Bend 
Town East Mall 

Golden Triangle Mall 

Text ANGEL to 20222 to give a one-time donation of $25

A one-time donation of $25 will be added to your mobile phone bill. All donations must be authorized by the account holder. Message & Data Rates May Apply.

letter from the cowboy santas board

The Salvation Army and Cowboy Santas are working together to make this a smooth transition and to ensure that children in our community continue to be successfully served with toys and clothing each holiday season.

You can still help families in need by adopting an Angel at an area shopping mall during the holiday season.  Companies that would like to continue to support these families during the Christmas season can sponsor an Angel Tree or make monetary or toy donations to the Angel Tree program.  Your continued support is needed.  Click here to find out ways to stay involved.

Thank you again, and we look forward to your continued support. 

Cowboy Santas 
Program, ​Inc.


For 38 years, Cowboy Santas has helped local families in need by providing toys for their children at Christmas. Over time, Cowboy Santas gifting program expanded to community centers, back-to-school programs, senior citizens, sheltered children, and displaced families. To better meet these various and growing needs, beginning this Christmas, Cowboy Santas will partner with the Salvation Army, another charitable organization that successfully serves needy families in Tarrant County.

Your contributions have helped spread joy in our community both at Christmas and year-round. We appreciate your past support and hope that you will continue to promote the Cowboy Santas mission by offering your time and monetary donations to the Salvation Army. Cowboy Santas families will be served via the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program, which provides and serves over 12,000 children.



Cowboy Santas to become part of Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program

The partnership is expected to result in the largest holiday toy collection effort in North Texas.

​​Since 1980, thousands of low-income families in Tarrant County have received holiday toys from the Cowboy Santas program.

This year, a new partnership with the Salvation Army will bring even more smiles to children’s faces.

The Cowboy Santas board has determined that the best way to continue serving local families is by merging with another nonprofit organization. Beginning in September, Cowboy Santas will become part of the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.

Along with its the familiar red kettles, the Angel Tree program is one of the Salvation Army's highest profile Christmas efforts. Cowboy Santas will add more families — especially from Fort Worth and Tarrant County — to the Angel Tree program. 

The Cowboy Santas warehouse on North Main Street closed on August 30, and all existing clients are urged to apply to the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program. Angel Tree provides toys and clothing for children up to 14 years old.