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Sunman, IN—The Christmas Spirit Foundation, Dull’s Tree Farm and FedEx will kick off their annual Trees for Troops program on this coming Tuesday, celebrating 15 years of delivering joy to military families. Volunteers, military officials, and FedEx team members will pack and ship 200 Indiana grown Christmas trees destined for military bases in Guam, Afghanistan and Kodiak, Alaska.The trees, donated by Indiana Christmas tree growers from throughout the state, will include letters of gratitude, homemade ornaments and will bring cheer to those not able to join their families for the holidays. Michelle and Dave Hoff owners of the Hoff Christmas Tree Farm harvested their trees Thursday to send for the state collection site. FedEx will deliver more than 17,000 real Christmas trees this year to nearly 80 bases at home and overseas. To date, the program has delivered over 225,000 trees in the U.S. and abroad.Trees for Troops is part of FedEx Cares, the company’s global charitable giving program where FedEx will positively impact 50 million people around the world by the company’s 50th anniversary in 2023.