"It's a great cause, and it's always nice to help with the community," she said.
She said the bank started out with close to 15 angels and only three are left.
Bliven said that in trying economic times, it is especially important to give back to the community.
Lisa Pouchak, vice president of the Ten Eyck Insurance Company reported a similar experience. She said the Chamber dropped off 19 angels, all of which were taken within a day by employees of the company. She added that she asked the Chamber if any more angels are available.
For tree locations, go to www.guilderlandchamber.com and click on "member search" or call the Chamber at 456-6611.
The gifts will be given to the families before the schools go on break for the holidays.