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HUNTSVILLE, Ala.(WHNT) - It's the time of year when miracles happen, and one local charity is believing for 500 of them by Monday night.

The Salvation Army is in a race against time to make sure every child in need has a heartwarming Christmas.

The group's "Angel Tree" Christmas program still needs 500 children to be adopted by Monday's deadline of 6 p.m. So far, well more than 3,000 needy kids have been covered, but help is still needed for those who've yet to be chosen.

If you want to help, it's very simple. Just go to either Parkway Place Mall or Madison Square Mall and walk up to the Angel Tree station. You can fill out a card for one of the unadopted angels, and can also bring gifts to those stations as well.

The Salvation Army will distribute all of the "Angel Tree" gifts the week before Christmas.