AngelWeb information.

Web based Angel Tree program.  

1.  Because it is web-based, it works on any computer with internet access (currently tested on Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer version 11).  No installation needed.      (All of the reports are based on MS Excel 2003 or higher so that is needed to view the reports and printing of the Angel Tags is handled by a local copy of MS Access 2007 or higher - accdb)

2.  Web based makes management and monitoring of activity by the Corps Officer where ever an internet connection is possible.  

For the last several years, the Angel website has been used by individual Corps, Area Commands and is available Division wide in the AOK Division.

The annual pricing for AngelWeb is:

This includes up to 2 hours of training and configuration assistance.      Over 2 hours would be billed at the standard rate which is $45.00/hour for 2017.

I'd like you to take a look at the demo sites I setup so that you can look around a bit, and then we can have a conference call to discuss things.

Please see the AngelWeb demo sites and URL below.

Email is best for contacting me:

Angel Tree information.

The web-based program is designed to be highly configurable so that it can meet the needs of your location.  The setup process is dynamic by allowing each location to change the questions and answers that they want to receive.

There are several reports that you can run and saved to your PC - Head of House alpha  List by Application number :: many more.      It can also print the Angel tags (see info below)

The system also has the ability to check-in bags and large items like bike or big boxes.      This is a handy feature that you can use for keeping track of items and organizing your warehouse for pickup day

Once the Angel Applications have been entered, you then download a spreadsheet with the angel data, and import it into the Angel Printing program - which prints the child information onto the pre-printed angel tags (available from Trade or from Liberty Press).

I have a demo site setup that you can use to take a look at how it works.

Start here:

Click on the Demo Site link and then login

Notice that there are Logins listed for either or two Corps on the demo site with the names: Small Corps or Large Corps

This demo site is modeled after the fictitious cities of Smallville, WV and Metro, TX. The zip codes may accidentally match existing zips in the USPS system.

Or view the training guide and some other documentation on my main site:

Pay attention to the Manage Corp/Unit Setup link as this is where you can change how the application works and what data is collected.

For example, you can choose to collect or not collect financial information and use this as criteria for accepting or rejecting applications.

Atlanta uses a proof of need dropdown listbox (Validation #4 DDLB) for their verification.   

Some Area Commands / Corps use the financial pages.

Others uses a formula based on the National poverty income level.

You will also need to setup your appointment times once your site is live.

You can create up to 5 short answer questions (limited to 20 characters) and 3 long answer questions (up to 80 characters) for the Head of Household and each of the 14 angels allowed on the application.

After the data is collected, you then download a spreadsheet file that contains the angel data, and using a local copy of the Angel Printing program (MS Access) to print the angel tags.

You will want to order the pre-printed Angel forms to make the angel tag printing process much easier. You can order the tags from Trade or from Liberty Press:

--- click on Salvation Army

--- --- click on laser tags and labels.

Scroll down to the bottom and you will see 5 angels listed. Since the reporting program prints by number range, most folks pick LP-71L LP-72L or LP-73L (and not the little boy or girl).

These forms are 3 angles to a page - legal sized paper. The reporting program knows where stuff needs to go so all you need to do is split the three angels once the printing is completed.

What is needed to configure your site?

1.  A name and a two character code for your Corps.

2.  Start thinking about how to setup appointment times for each Corps. What we will need to do is estimate the approximate number of families each corps will serve, then divide that out across the pickup date(s) and times. 

3. A list (spreadsheet) for your Corps that shows the zip codes that your serve.  This is used to exclude clients that are not in the area that each Corps serves.  It should have 4 columns: Zip Code / County / City / State code

Explore the Demo Site