If you suspect you are going to need help to provide Christmas for your children, do NOT wait until the last minute!   Volunteers have families also and need to have time in their schedules to provide 
for their own families. 

Please make arrangements with assistance organizations NO LATER than December 1st at the latest!! Many have cut-off  dates sooner than this (especially in this recession)!

And once you ARE on your feet, please remember to give back as you are able.

Also, check with your House of Worship since many provide help with holidays for their MEMBERS 
or regular attenders.   Please do NOT call around to churches you do not attend as most churches can only supply their own members!   Its also not fair to expect churches to provide for your family 
if you are not of that religion OR if you are not a believer or a regular attender / member! 
CHRISTMAS (& OTHER HOLIDAYS) RESOURCES SUCH AS FOOD, MEALS, TOYS, ETC. 

ALL SIX COUNTIES:  Most are STATE and NATIONWIDE Programs!

GOODFELLOWS--All Communities
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!


Goodfellow Fund of Detroit                                         
PO Box 44444                                                                          
1927 Rosa Parks                                                        
Detroit MI  48244
Phone:  586-775-6139
Email:  sarigoodfellows@gmail.com 
Website:  www.detroitgoodfellows.org
Our program serves Detroit, Harper Woods, Highland Park, Hamtramck and River Rouge kids aged 
4 through 13We do not serve any other cities and are not affiliated with any other Goodfellows group. 
Forms submitted listing addresses outside of our service cities will not be processed. You can download 
an application & we will process your application and contact you via mail in early December. The letter 
we send you in December will include instructions on where to go to pick up your children’s packages.  
Distribution occurs during the month of December and families are sent to a specific location based on 
their zip code.


SALVATION ARMY --All Communities                                         
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
The Salvation Army of Detroit will begin accepting applications for Christmas assistance on 11/22/2013.    
Those living in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties are eligible for assistance.
Families with children, individuals with special needs and senior citizens can apply for assistance 
to receive food, food gift cards and toys.The program runs through Nov. 7th  through Dec. 9th, 2013 but 
early applications are strongly recommended. Applicants must bring a picture ID for each household adult, 
birth certificates for household children and a current utility bill, as well as proof of household income and 
expenses.
APPLICATION SITES: 
Dearborn Heights   313-563-4457  
Farmington Hills     248-477-1153
Mt. Clemens    734-469-6712
Plymouth    734-453-5464
Pontiac        248-334-2407
Royal Oak   248-585-5600
Warren         586-754-7400
DETROIT:
Denby   313-537-2130  
Grandale  313-835-3736  
Harbor Light   313-361-6136  
Harding    313-822-2800  
Temple     313-897-2914 


TOYS FOR TOTS--All Communities
Website  www.toysfortots.org     
Also for Detroit ONLY :  www.detroit-mi.toysfortots.org
Select “REQUEST A TOY”, click on “MICHIGAN”then select “CITY”, 
Click on city of residence to find local coordinator’s contact information.
Do NOT apply for cities you don't live in!


THE LIONS CLUB--All Communities
Visit http://www.lionsofmi.com for a club nearest to you. Many do help with holiday assistance 
for those in their particular area  OR  http://www.metrodetroitlions.org  


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan         This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website: www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family 
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families, 
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an 
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption 
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.  


UNITED WAY of SOUTHEASTERN MICHIGAN     (new website address below!)
Phone:  2-1-1
Website: http://www.liveunitedsem.org/pages/2-1-1-online-database
United Way is a nationwide program and is accessible to everyone in the U.S. by dialing 2-1-1.


Detroit T.I.P. LINE                       
Phone: 313-481-1400
Website:  http://www.detroitpubliclibrary.org/specialservice/tip
Referrals for Wayne, Macomb and Oakland counties and can only be accessed from 
a Detroit library computer. Call the number above if you do not live near a Detroit Library.


2 HANDS 
Website:  www.2 Hands.org
2Hands is a free resource where people who have a need can easily post their request to be seen 
by those with giving hearts who may have a hand to give.  Once you have registered and posted 
in your state, 2Hands will act as the portal for people who want to help you.  If someone reads your 
posting and feels they can assist, they fill out the Request for Information Form and 2Hands then 
sends them your email address only, so a safe dialogue can begin before a decision is made to 
continue forward with assistance.  2Hands exists with only one purpose--to bring one hand together 
with another!


FREECYCLE--All Communities
Website:  www.freecycle.org
A world-wide website with many chapters in Michigan where you can find items (including new) 
being given away for free.  Clothes, toys, you name it!  Register early and check daily!



METRO DETROIT & WAYNE COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS---All Communities  
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!
AND
Carleton-Ash Goodfellows 
Phone: 734-358-4634
AND
Huron Township Rotary Goodfellows   
P.O. Box 289
New Boston MI 48164-0289
Phone: 734-753-4320 (Helena) OR  734-753-3523 (Terri)
Website: www.hurontownshiprotary.org/Goodfellows.html
Applications are available at your child's Huron Twp. school or by calling the numbers above.  
All families will receive a food basket and ONLY children twelve and under will receive Christmas 
gifts.  This program is ONLY for Huron Twp. families!
AND
Lincoln Park Goodfellows   
P.O. Box 43
Lincoln Park MI 48146
Phone: 313-381-3216
Email:  lincolnparkgoodfellows@gmail.com 
Website:  http://lincolnparkgoodfellows.com
Applications can be downloaded on the website by Lincoln Park families. 
AND
The Redford Goodfellows       
Redford Police Station 
25933 Elsinore
Redford MI 
Website:  http://redfordgoodfellows.org
Will be taking applications for Christmas assistance on specific dates and times listed below. Redford 
residents, including families with school-age children and senior citizens (63 and older) who may need 
help during the Christmas season must apply in person at the Redford Police Station. Proof of residency, 
income and benefits for all members of the household is required, as well as birth certificates for all eligible 
children and proof of where they attend school. Requests made by telephone or by relatives/friends will 
not be accepted. Applications accepted Nov. 23, 2013, 10 am to 4 pm; Nov. 25, 2013, 4 pm to 8 pm. 
No applications will be accepted after November 25th, 2013.
AND
Riverview Old Newsboy Goodfellow Fund       
P.O. Box 2245
Riverview MI 48193
Phone: 734-281-4270
The Goodfellows give toys to children up to age 10. Those ages 11 through 18 receive Meijer gift cards
Please apply by 12/13/2013. This is for Riverview residents ONLY!!
AND
Romulus Goodfellows  
28777 Eureka Road
Romulus MI 48174
Phone: 734-955-4577
Website:  www.romulusgov.com
To obtain an application, call the number above OR visit the City's website. Applications must be mailed 
to the address above to be postmarked no later than Nov. 2013 to be considered.
AND
Taylor Goodfellows      
P.O. Box 2183
Taylor MI 48180    (currently operating out of the Northwest Little League trailer on Beverly and Wick Roads) 
Phone: 313-295-6240
For Taylor residents ONLY. May apply for help from Dec. 2nd until Dec. 8th, 2013 and food cards & gifts 
are delivered to families by Dec. 13th & 14th.  
AND
Trenton Old Newsboys Goodfellows Association       
P.O. Box 370 
Trenton MI 48183
Phone: 734-675-8600
If you know of a family or individual who is in need this Christmas season, contact the Association. 
Please note that this program is ONLY for those residing within the boundaries of Trenton.  
Must apply before Wednesday, December 4th, 2013.
AND
Wayne Goodfellows    
3300 S. Wayne 
Wayne MI 48184
Phone: 734-722-1111  OR  734-722-9319  (Christmas Assistance) 
Email:  support@waynegoodfellows.org 
Website:  www.waynegoodfellows.org 
Every year the City of Wayne Goodfellows provides support to less fortunate families and children. 
The Goodfellows provide food, toys, and emergency assistance for residents of Wayne!


SALVATION ARMY---All Communities 
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
AND
​The Salvation Army Eastern Michigan Annual Breakfast  
Masonic Temple  
500 Temple
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-361-6136  OR  877-725-6424
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Applications also are being accepted for services offered specifically around Christmas,
including holiday food baskets and toys for children in need. Apply between Nov. 7th  through 
Dec. 9th, 2013 at most offices. 
AND
Wyandotte Salvation Army 
1258 Biddle Avenue  
Wyandotte MI 48192
Phone: 734-282-0930   Western Wayne residents: 313-563-4457
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Assistance with toys and food. Accepts low-income applicants in 17 Downriver communities. Applications
taken between November 1st and 1st week in December. Must only apply at their location and have no other 
holiday assistance program AND have proof of income, ID Social Security cards for everyone in household, 
birth certificates or Medicaid card for kids. Click on "Christmas Assistance" and print the checklist. Call and 
make your appointment and write your appointment on the checklist. If you do not have access to the Internet, 
pick up a checklist in the office at the address above.  
AND
Plymouth Salvation Army       
9450 S. Main 
Plymouth MI 
Phone: 734-453-5464
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Currently accepting applications for Christmas assistance until December 12th, 2013.


TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities
Website:  www.toysfortots.org
AND
TOYS FOR TOTS 
PO Box 612 
Trenton, MI 48183 
Phone: 313-363-9482
Applications are available at the Brownstown Township Police Department but must be mailed to 
the above address. The Police Dept. will not accept any applications. The program is for children 
in Brownstown, Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Woodhaven, Rockwood, Riverview, Wyandotte, Trenton and 
Grosse Ile Twp. ONLY .


THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities
Website:  www.LionsClub.org 
Lions Club Metro Council
&
Wayne and Monroe Counties: 
Phone: 313-383-6888 
Lions Club of Metro Airport: 
Phone: 734-522-1171 
Allen Park Lions: 
Phone: 313-562-4728 
Grosse Ile Lions: 
Phone: 734-692-2737 
Lincoln Park Lions  (includes Melvindale):
Phone: 313-386-8715 
Riverview Lions:
Phone: 313-388-9599 
Rockwood Lions: 
Phone: 734-675-6746 
Southgate Lions: 
Phone: 734-282-1133 
Taylor Lions: 
Phone: 313-382-5882 
Trenton Lions:
Phone: 734-671-2346 
Wyandotte Lions:  
Phone: 313-292-8513 


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan            This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website:  www.adoptafamilymichigan.org.
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family 
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families, 
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an 
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption 
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.  


Wyandotte JAYCEES
Email:  info@wyandottejaycees.org  
Website:  www.wyandottejaycees.org
Provides Christmas baskets for needy families in the downriver area. Those interested in making a nomination 
are asked to send an email to the above email address with the following information: why the family is in need, 
names of parents and children (with ages), a little background on the family, the nominator's relationship to the 
family and a family phone number with the name of an adult in the household to contact for an address if the 
nomination is chosen.


Catholic Social Services of Wayne County            
Happy Holidays for Foster Children Program 
Main Office: 
9851 Hamilton Avenue 
Detroit, MI 48202 
Phone:  313-883-2100 
AND
Dearborn Office: 
Garrison Place Office Building
19855 West Outer Drive
Suite 207E
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: 313-792-9286
AND
Eastside Office: 
15450 E. Jefferson Avenue
Suite 190
Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230
Phone:  313-852-1200
Website:  http://www.csswayne.org/news.html
More than 300 children in 40-50 families throughout the tri-county area receive gifts and food during 
the holiday season as part of the Catholic Social Services of Wayne County program. The Happy Holidays 
for Foster Children Program has existed for more than 20 years thanks to donations and corporate sponsors.
(This includes foster children who are placed with low-income relatives). 


THE INFORMATION CENTER                   APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED IN PERSON BY OCT. 4TH, 2013
20500 Eureka  Suite 110
Taylor MI  48180
Phone:  734-282-7171
Email:  info@theinfocenter.info
Website: www.theinfocenter.info
The Information Center, Inc. is able to help, with the generous support of our donors, through two avenues.  
Adopt-A-Family: Donors are supplied with the first names and the "wish list" of a local family.  The donors 
purchase gifts for the family and deliver them to TIC offices, where they are then distributed to the families.  
This is the most rewarding way to support a family in need of a "hand-up" at the holidays.
Gift Certificates/Cash Donations:  Some donors prefer to purchase gift certificates to help a individual or family 
meet a special need, or make a cash donation to The Center, who in turn, purchases gift certificates or gifts for 
individuals and families. The Center's trained staff thoroughly interviews each client to verify their need for help 
before distributing any form of assistance.  We also meet regularly with other agencies to assure that there is no 
duplication of services.  
If you are interested in helping a local resident OR need assistance, please contact our office for more information.   
Assistance is limited, so please contact us early if you require assistance for your family.
The Information Center serves residents of Allen Park, Brownstown, Ecorse, Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Grosse Ile, Lincoln 
Park, Melvindale, River Rouge, Riverview, Rockwood, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, Trenton, Woodhaven & Wyandotte. 


Gifts From The Heart Ministries Annual Give-Away
Samaritan Center 
5555 Connor, 1st Floor Cafeteria
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-646-8363 Tina  OR  313-915-7363 Doris
Website:  http://www.samaritan-center.net
Annual Give-Away on                     11:30 a.m. Clothing, Toys on a 1st-Come/1st-Served Basis. 
Also free door prizes!


St. Joseph Catholic Church & St. Vincent dePaul         
2565 Third Street   (at the corner of Elm and Third)
Trenton MI  48183 
Phone: 734-676-9082    Anastasia 
Website:   http://stjosephchurchtrenton.catholicweb.com
Helps with Christmas presents for downriver children with their "Angel Tree"


Our Children's Fund                                    
C/O West Bloomfield School District
5810 Commerce Road
West Bloomfield  MI  48324
Website:  http://www.westbloomfield.k12.mi.us/wbsd/District/Portal/Our-Children-s-Fund-146.html
Funding requests have included necessities such as medical & dental expenses, eyeglasses, school 
supplies & clothing, summer school classes & academic enrichment, gas, food, utility bills as well as 
assistance at the holidays in December. For over a decade, OCF has been a safety net for our children 
putting hope back into their lives as well as that of their families. Only for the school children of this district!!  


Focus HOPE: "Share With A Senior" Program                            
1355 Oakman Blvd. 
Detroit MI  48238 
Phone:  313-494-5500
Website:  www.focushope.edu
Hundreds of volunteers will serve as “special Santas” when they deliver holiday food packages to approximately 
1,200 low-income Senior Citizens across metropolitan Detroit as part of Focus: HOPE’s Annual “Share with a Senior” 
event on Saturday, December 14, 2013.  The Seniors, who are among the 38,000 participants in Focus: HOPE’s food 
outreach program, will receive fresh food and ingredients for a holiday meal, along with other items to supplement 
their monthly food box. The special holiday food includes turkeys or Cornish hens, potatoes, vegetables and other 
items.


Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan         
Headquarters: 
5455 Corporate Drive   #306
Troy  MI  48098
Phone:  248-530-3000  OR  800-825-2536
Email:  info@leukemiamichigan.org
Website:  www.leukemiamichigan.org
To help brighten the holidays for CLF patients and families, Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan hosts 
the Annual Holiday Toys Program. The Holiday Toys Program sends presents to more than 1,000 children from 
more than 400 CLF families across Michigan. In conjunction with the Holiday Toys Program, CLF host annual
"Holiday Toys Open House" in December. For those in treatment or recovering, activities like visiting Santa or 
attending holiday parties isn’t possible due to health reasons. With the help of dozens of volunteers, CLF provides 
a safe, loving environment specially designed for our patients and families to come together and celebrate. At the 
Open House events, the children can make holiday crafts, take pictures with Santa, enjoy surprises and get in the 
holiday spirit with families and friends.


Servicing Opportunities to the World (S.O.W.) / Ministry of Destiny Worship Center   
13979 Richfield 
Livonia MI 48154 
Phone: 734-612-3409
Email:  drkgothard@gmail.com 
Website:  www.dw3c.org 
For all major holidays, our local population receives household staples, toiletries and ingredients to prepare dinners.
Operation Christmas also provides gifts to our local population. Serves the tri-county area of Metro Detroit.


Joy of Jesus Ministry                    
Administrative Office:
12255 Camden 
P.O. Box 32211
Detroit MI  48213
Phone:  313-839-4747
Email:  joyofjesus@comcast.net
Website:  www.joyofjesus.org
Each Christmas we participate in the “A Gift for All God’s Children” program. Depending on level of support, 
300 to 400 needy youth are blessed with Christmas gifts from their personal wish list. In addition, gift baskets 
are provided to the parent(s) or guardian(s). The entire family attends an afternoon of fun, entertainment, food 
and a special presentation from the Word of God.  


North End Youth Improvement Council Adopt-A-Child Program            
(Also has a Mentor Program)
C/O Delores Bennett
111 King Street
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-871-7529
Website:  www.neyic.org
The NEYIC is responsible for many successful youth-oriented programs including Adopt-A-Child for Christmas 
Program. Adopt-A-Child for Christmas Program alone brings together many thousand volunteers, parents and 
over 3,000 low-income youth recipients, aging from newborn to 12 years. At this festive outing, the youth are 
influenced by their evening’s mentors while receiving gifts of warm clothing and toys. The mentors also provide 
the young children direction through conversation and interest. The children experience kindness, concern and 
generosity of others. They also participate in crafts, are entertained and enjoy a light meal.


Senior Alliance Holiday Meals
The Senior Alliance
3850 Second Street   Suite 201
Wayne MI  48184
Phone: 734-722-2830  OR  800-815-1112
Email:  info@tsalink.org
Website:  www.TheSeniorAlliance.org
This program provides hot festive meals to homebound seniors age 60 & over OR disabled people on Christmas, 
Easter and Labor Day.  SAHM is supported primarily through private donations.  Meals are delivered by volunteers.
ALSO
Detroit Area Agency on Aging
1333 Brewery Park Blvd.
Detroit MI  48207
Phone: 313-446-4444
Website:  www.daaa1a.org  
(Same as above)
​AND
Holiday Meals on Wheels
Valley Services
1980 Bagley
Detroit MI 
Phone:  313-446-4444
This program provides meals to homebound seniors on Christmas, Easter and Labor Day.


Community Lutheran Church
23984 Gibraltar Road
Flat Rock MI 48134
Phone: 734-782-0563    Call on Wednesdays
Website: www.clcflatrock.com
Holiday assistance and grief counseling
Serves Flat Rock and Brownstown residents ONLY!


Annual Christmas Adopt-a-Family Christmas / Trenton Firefighter's Charities
1989 King Road 
Trenton MI  48183
Phone:  734-676-1314
Email:  evans@trenton-mi.com   Chief Jeff Evans  
Website:  www.cityoftrenton.com 
The presents will be delivered by Santa and his elves on Christmas Eve with the help of the Trenton Fire 
Department!!  Serves Trenton residents ONLY! 


"True Meaning of Christmas" Dinner                       
William Ford Senior Activity Center
6750 Troy  (just north of Ecorse Road and west of Telegraph Road)
Taylor MI   48180
Phone:  313-291-7740
Website:  www.cityoftaylor.com/seniors
Free dinner & camaraderie for those who are alone or less fortunate.  
Free transportation for those without transportation.  Call in advance. 


Northeast Guidance Center / Assistance League                     
Administrative Office:
2900 Conner    Building A 
Detroit MI  48215
Phone:  313-308-1400
Website:  www.neguidance.org
The Holiday Adopt-a-Child Program matches interested individuals, families, churches, businesses 
and organizations with children in need. These children suffer from severe emotional disturbances 
or live with parents suffering from a chronic mental illness. The families may include elderly grand-
parents raising their grandchildren, disabled and out-of-work parents, families who have been burned 
out of their homes and single-parent families living on limited incomes. This holiday season presents 
a bigger problem for our families due to the current economic climate and severe cuts imposed upon 
indigent families. 


Bridging Communities
6900 McGraw
Detroit MI  48210
Phone:  313-361-6377
Website:  www.bridgingcommunities.org
Christmas Meal-On-Wheels deliveries to seniors in Southwest Detroit.


Seedlings
PO Box 51924
14151 Farmington Road   (Metro-Plex Office Complex) 
Livonia MI  48154
Phone:  734-427-8552  OR  800-777-8552
Email:  info@seedlings.org
Website:  www.seedlings.org
Provides holiday books for blind children.


Capuchin Soup Kitchen 
4390 Conner  (between Mack and Warren)
Detroit MI 
Phone:  313-822-8606 ext.17 
AND
Capuchin Services Centers
63333 Medbury
Detroit MI  
Website:  www.cskdetroit.org
Donates food and warm winter clothing to children 10 and under as part 
of the Caps, Coats N' Kids Holiday Program.


Cathedral Church of St. Paul
4800 Woodward Ave.
Detroit MI  48201
Phone: 313-831-5000
Email:  info@detroitcathedral.org
Website: www.detroitcathedral.org
Holds a New Year's Feast on New Years Day from noon to 2:30 p.m.  All are invited!  



LENAWEE COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS--All Communities 
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!

SALVATION ARMY--All Communities  
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org

TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities
Website:  www.toysfortots.org

THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities​
Website:  www.LionsClub.org 


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA-Michigan                    This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website:  www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families,
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.


ASSOCIATED CHARITIES of Lenawee County                 
221 S. Tecumseh Street
Adrian MI  49221
Phone:  517-265-7255    
Email:  thecharities@tc3net.com
Website:  www.thecharities.org
One of the roles since the beginning of the agency is providing food,
toys & gifts for the Christmas holiday.



MACOMB COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS---All Communities 
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!
AND
Chesterfield Goodfellows
Phone: 586-716-1555, ext. 240
Chesterfield residents only. Phone line active November 1st until December 1st, 2013
AND 
Clinton Township Goodfellows
Phone: 586-764-7618
Clinton Twp. residents only. Registration dates and additional information online for the 2013 season.
Website:  www.clintontwpgoodfellows.com 
AND
Eastpointe Goodfellows
Applications available at: 
Eastpointe City Hall 
23200 Gratiot Ave. 
Eastpointe  MI  
Applications accepted Nov 1st-Dec1st, 2013.   Eastpointe residents only.
AND
Fraser Goodfellows
Apply at:
Fraser Public Library
16330 14 Mile Road
Fraser MI 
Phone:  (586) 294-0450 
Fraser residents  only. Register at the library on Nov 15th, 27th, 29th and Dec. 3rd, 2013 . Call For times.
AND
Mt. Clemens Goodfellows
Register at: 
Mt. Clemens Community Center
300 N. Groesbeck 
Mt. Clemens MI 
Mt. Clemens residents only. Register in person Nov. 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th, 2013 from 9am-Noon 
and 1pm-4pm and November 8th, 2013 
AND
St. Clair Shores Goodfellows
Phone:  586-980-0400
St. Clair Shores residents only. Call to register for appointment November 22nd-December 9th, 2013. 


SALVATION ARMY--All Communities  
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
AND
Salvation Army                           
55 Church Street
Mt. Clemens, MI  48043
Phone:  586-469-6712
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Apply in person Nov. 4th, 5th, 6th & 7th, 2013  from 9am-1am and 1pm-3pm.  Provides toys for newborns
to age 14.  The application process will take place on a first come, first serve basis between 9:00 a.m. - 
11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Applicants are required to bring the following documentation when 
applying for Christmas assistance regardless if you have been to our office in the past.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION:  
1.  Current Michigan ID or drivers license for everyone in home 18 years and older
2.  Birth Certificate of Verification of Birth for all children in home 17 and younger.  
     (Children born in another country must have a translated birth certificate) 
     We are providing toys for childrennewborn to age 14.
3.  Proof of all household income for the last 30 days (includes pay stubs, unemployment, social security, 
     disability,child support, etc.)
4.  Current food stamp and/or cash assistance verification letter from DHS indicating amount
5.  Proof of all household bills (includes electric, gas & water bills, telephone/cell phone bills, cable/satellite, 
     car payments, insurance, etc.)
6.  Rental Agreement/Mortgage Information
Service Area: SERVING NORTHERN MACOMB COUNTY
​AND 
Salvation Army-Warren
Phone: (586) 754-7400
Warren, Roseville, Centerline, St. Clair Shores and Eastpointe residents only. 
In person applications accepted November 11th-December 13th, 2013.


TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities 
Website:  www.toysfortots.org 


THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities​
Website:  www.LionsClub.org 


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan                  This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!                      
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website: www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families,
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.


Servicing Opportunities to the World (S.O.W.) / Ministry of Destiny Worship Center   
13979 Richfield 
Livonia MI 48154 
Phone: 734-612-3409
Email:  drkgothard@gmail.com 
Website:  www.dw3c.org 
For all major holidays, our local population receives household staples, toiletries and ingredients to prepare dinners.
Operation Christmas also provides gifts to our local population. Serves the tri-county area of Metro Detroit.


South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc.        
26641 Lawrence 
Center Line, MI 48015
Phone: 586-756-1350
Email: Semii1975@yahoo.com
Website: www.semii1975.org
Holds a children's Christmas Party each season with clothes and toys.  Call for details!


Providence Ministries               
28351 S. Gratiot  Suite 14
Roseville  MI  48066
Phone:  1-888-519-9202
Email: reachinghispeople@yahoo.com
Website:  www.theprovidentcorporation.com
Providing Christmas gifts for families with children ages 5-17 who are homicide survivors and demonstrate 
the need for holiday assistance.  They will adopt 7 families.  Families are to submit a letter explaining their 
story that can be verifiable through local police, DHS, etc.  All letters will be reviewed and the families selected 
will be notified by mail to come in for an interview at which time all documents necessary for documentation 
are to you be presented.  Please download the application at their website at the above address.  Application 
and letter MUST be mailed back to the address listed on the form by Friday, 2013.  
Christmas Assistance in 2013 will only be available to families who sign-up to volunteer for outreach events.  


Good Shepherd Coalition
33222 Groesbeck Hwy.
Fraser MI 
Phone:  586-415-8100 
Service area:Clinton Twp, Fraser, Macomb Twp (south of 23 Mile) Mt.Clemens, St. Clair Shores, 
Sterling Heights, Shelby Twp, Utica. Register in person on select days and times during the month 
of October, 2013. 


Samaritan House 
Phone: 586-336-9956 
Website:  http://www.samaritanhousemichigan.org
Must be a registered client of Samaritan House. Service area: Shelby Twp north of 23 Mile, Macomb Twp.
north of 23 Mile, Romeo, Bruce Township, Ray Township, Armada and Washington Twp.


Sterling Heights Community Relations Department
Sterling Heights City Hall---Lower Level 
Phone: 586-446-2476 
Website:  www.sterling-heights.net/bins/site/templates/splash.asp
Sterling Heights residents only. Walk-in
Registration open until October 23rd, 2013.  Mon and Wed only 9am-11am. 


Good Samaritan Coalition
Apply at: 
St. Mark Church
4401 Bart Street
Warren MI  
Phone: 586-759-3026 
Services Roseville, Eastpointe, Warren and Centerline.  
Apply in person October 7th, 14th, and 21st, 2013 from 5 pm-7pm.


Solid Ground Shelter & Community Center
Administrative Office:
17955 11 Mile Road
Roseville MI  48066
Phone: 586-772-3604
Website: www.solidgroundinc.org
AND
Masonic Center
27151 Gratiot (North of 11 Mile)            
Roseville MI 
Solid Ground Shelter and Community Center, along with the Masonic Center, is hosting a Christmas Day 
Dinner at the Masonic Center (address above) from 2 to 5 p.m.  The day will include a turkey dinner with 
the fixins' & dessert, Santa, door prizes, entertainment, toys for children, new and used clothing and boots 
for children and adults and miscellaneous gifts for everyone.  Some coats will also be available. There is no 
cost and no registration is required. 


Cairnes Community Center
480 Orchard 
Mt. Clemens MI 
Phone: 586-464-0728
Phone: 586-464-0728
Website:  www.mtcps.org
Hosting "Breakfast with Santa" for low-income families and others on Dec. 18th from 9-11 a.m.  
Cost is $5 for breakfast and a photo of your child or children with Santa.  No reservations are needed. 


St. Mark Catholic Church / Good Samaritan Coalition 
4401 Bart Street
Warren MI  48091
Phone:  586-759-3020
Christmas help.


St. Maximillian / St. Francis
In-Person Registration:
Parish Outreach Center
23965 23 Mile Road
Macomb Twp., MI 
Register every Wednesday from 3pm-7pm Oct 16th-Dec 4th, 2013 except for Nov 28th (closed).  
Service area: Northern Macomb County.


The Macomb County Crisis Center is operating a Christmas Help Referral Program During this time, 
the Crisis Center will accept calls for Christmas help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 586-307-9100.  
Collect calls will be accepted.  Families needing help this holiday season may call the center and phone 
counselors will give referrals to appropriate community resources. 


Extended Hand Charity       
4130 24 Mile Road
Shelby Twp., MI 48316
Phone: 586-254-3123
Email:  extendhand@comcast.net
Website:  www.extendedhandcharity.org
Serves families in Macomb and Oakland Counties.  See website for more details. 



FREE CHRISTMAS DINNERS 

There will be a free Christmas Supper at Grace Episcopal Church, 115 S. Main, Mt. Clemens.  Doors open at 4 p.m. 
with dinner served at 5 p.m.  This is also their regular Wednesday Community supper which includes a full hot meal, 
free blood pressure screening, access to the Free Store and companionship of 125 of the community.  
For more info call 586-465-4573 OR email gracemtclemens@yahoo.com
AND
VFW Post 2358, 25671 Gratiot, Roseville, 48066 will hold a Christmas Dinner on Sunday, December 22nd at noon.  
Call 586-954-7090 for more information!  
AND
ACC as part of its twice-monthly Pantry of Plenty food distribution program, will provide 1,300 meals for needy 
residents on Christmas Eve. Last year, the organization provided 1,000 dinners. The Christmas dinner, which 
will be available for pick-up starting at 11:30 a.m., will include chicken, potatoes, vegetables and a roll. 
Tuesday, December 24 at 11:30 a.m.
Arab-American Chaldean Council  Youth Recreation and Leadership Center
62 W. Seven Mile Road, Detroit, 48203    Website:  www.myacc.org 



MONROE COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS---All Communities 
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!


SALVATION ARMY--All Communities
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
AND
Spirit of Christmas                
The Salvation Army of Monroe County assisted more than 1,500 families through the Spirit of Christmas 
effort in 2012. 
#This year, sign-ups for the Spirit of Christmas will take place at 2 locations from 11/11 through 11/27th, 2013.
The Salvation Army of Monroe, 815 E. First St., will host sign-ups from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. Monday-
Friday beginning Nov. 11th through Nov. 22nd, 2013.   Also from Nov. 25-27th from 3 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
#The South County office, 7200 Lewis Ave. Suite C-1 in Temperance will take sign-ups from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday-
Friday, Nov. 11th through the 27th. .
#To sign up, identification is needed for all adults in the home along with proof of Michigan residency, medical 
cards or birth certificates for all children in the home; combined household income or Bridge Card and original 
social security card of all members of the household, adults and children, must be presented. 
#Distribution for the Spirit of Christmas will take begin Dec. 17th, 2013. 


TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities
Website:  www.toysfortots.org 
AND
Monroe County "Toys for Tots" Program of Southeast Michigan
Stewart Road Christian Ministries
1199 Stewart Road
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-384-9771
Website:  www.toysfortots.org
This is for Monroe County residents only.  Required information will include household income and proof 
of the adult applicant's relationship to the child, such as a medical card, a birth certificate, adoption papers 
or guardianship court papers.  Grandparents cannot register their grandchildren for this program unless 
the grandparent has legal guardianship or custody.  Those who are unemployed should bring copies of 
their unemployment verification.  Those who are employed should bring copies of their last 3 pay stubs.  
Those that receive Social Security should bring copies of the current reward letters that reflect the monthly 
payment.  Applicants will be notified Dec. 12-15 as to when and where to pick up toys.


THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities​
Website: www.LionsClub.org


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan        This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!  
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website: www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families,
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.


Eagles Nest Church
620 E. Fourth Street
Monroe MI  48161
Phone:  734-241-1502
Website:  www.eaglesnestcommunitychurch.com
Wings, a volunteer project that provides clothes, household items, toys, coats and food to the needy 
will have a special Christmas distribution.


The Dundee Youth Service Organization (DYSO)
Dundee High School
130 Viking Dr.
Dundee MI
Phone: 734-770-8088


The House of Restoration
1110 E. Second Street
Monroe MI  


Summerfield Township Volunteer Fire Department
Phone: 734-777-2115  OR  734-856-4246  Chief Nick Lucas
On Christmas Eve, members of the Summerfield Township Volunteer Fire Dept. will continue a tradition 
that dates back decades!  Department members will be delivering bags of toys, candy and other surprises 
starting at dark Christmas Eve. Residents of the township need only to leave a porch light on and Santa 
Claus will stop by for a visit and drop off gifts. Residents should call Chief Lucas at the number above! 



OAKLAND COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS---All Communities
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!
AND
Berkley Goodfellows 
Phone: (248) 541-9000 (Police Dept.)
Names accepted until a few days before Christmas. Berkley residents only. 
AND
Goodfellows of Ferndale
Headquarters:
1635 Livernois
Ferndale MI  48220
Phone: 248-546-2510
&
1070 E. Nine Mile Road
Ferndale MI  48220
Phone: 248-546-2512
"Let No Child Be Without A Christmas" is the Goodfellow's motto.  For Ferndale & Pleasant Ridge families only.
Applications accepted                                   Low income, elderly, handicapped
AND
The Sterling Heights Goodfellows are accepting applications for Christmas assistance on Tuesday,
Nov.                               in the transportation garage at the
Warren Community Center. Applicants must bring proof of residence, income, government help, and ages, 
gender and birth certificates for children. For information call 586-651-5716. NOT yet updated for 2013!!    
AND
The Waterford Goodfellows is encouraging families served by the Waterford School District who are in need
of holiday assistance to call 248-618-7555. Sign up for holiday assistance is limited to the first 300 families.
This year, signup will be in person on Dec.      at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Waterford Parks and Recreation Dept.,
2303 Crescent Lake Road in Waterford. To qualify you must show your driver's license or provide written docu-
mentation from the Waterford School District that your children are currently enrolled in the Waterford School 
District
AND
Farmington and Farmington Hills Goodfellows
Phone:  248-871-2848
Website:  www.farmingtonareagoodfellows.org 


SALVATION ARMY--All Communities  
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
AND
Farmington Salvation Army 
Phone:  (248) 477-1153
Website:   http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Christmas only – applications accepted through        Appointment required. 
Serves Southfield, Farmington Hills, Wixom, S. Lyon and Novi.
AND
Royal Oak Salvation Army – Thanksgiving and Christmas 
Phone: (248) 585-5600
Website:  http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Applications accepted November 4-6 for Thanksgiving and Christmas – need proof of household 
income, I.D., proof of residence, SS cards for all and birthdates of children. (Serves SE Oakland for 
Thanksgiving except Southfield. No Christmas help for Hazel Park.)
AND
Warren Salvation Army
24140 Mound Road (9 1/2 Mile and Mound)
Warren MI 48091
Phone: (586) 754-7400
Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
Christmas assistance only (food voucher). 
ID for adults, SS card for all, Medicaid cards, proof of income.


TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities 
Website:  www.toysfortots.org


THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities​
Website: www.LionsClub.org


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan               This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website: www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families,
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.


Sterling Heights Police and its Fraternal Order of Police Lodge are looking for families who need help this holiday 
season and organizers hope to help 40-50 children from the Sterling Heights area.  Each child will get to spend 
about $100 on toys, clothing or gifts for their families.  The Sterling Heights FOP Lodge 118 is hosting the event 
at the Target store at Metro Parkway and Dequindre.  Police officers will help the children throughout the store, 
pushing carts, picking out & wrapping gifts.To recommend a family OR to donate, contact:
Sgt. Randy DePriest at 586-446-2851 or pdepriest@sterling-heights.net.    


Servicing Opportunities to the World (S.O.W.) / Ministry of Destiny Worship Center
13979 Richfield
Livonia MI 48154
Phone: 734-612-3409
Email: drkgothard@gmail.com
Website: www.dw3c.org
For all major holidays, our local population receives household staples, toiletries and ingredients to prepare dinners.
Operation Christmas also provides gifts to our local population. Serves the tri-county area of Metro Detroit.


Oxford Orion FISH     
487 First Street
P.O. Box 732
Oxford Twp., MI 48361 
Phone: 248-628-3933
Website:  www.oxfordorionfish.org
Because of our generous neighbors, AngelFISH which provides Christmas gifts for qualified children. 


Hazel Park Schools – Christmas Basket Project 
Phone: (248) 544-5347
Food and gifts for children, serves some seniors. Referrals and applications accepted after Thanksgiving. 
Contact the local Hazel Park elementary school that child attends or call above number.


Focus Hope 
Phone: (313) 494-5500
Agencies must complete referral forms, call to have form sent. Low income, Oakland County.


Community Services of Oakland
Phone:  (248) 542-5860
By appointment only – apply after October 1 until program is filled. Christmas gifts for Hazel Park, 
Ferndale and Madison Heights – children 13 and younger. Call for appointment. Will try to assist 
with last minute hardship Christmas requests with outside agency referral (SE Oakland residents only).


Extended Hand Charity       
4130 24 Mile Road
Shelby Twp., MI 48316
Phone: 586-254-3123
Email:  extendhand@comcast.net
Website:  www.extendedhandcharity.org
Serves families in Macomb and Oakland Counties.  See website for more details. 


Baldwin Center                  
212 Baldin Avenue
Pontiac  MI  
Phone:  248-332-6101
Email:  baldwin@baldwincenter.org
Website:  www.baldwincenter.org
Offers Christmas baskets to Pontiac families.


Lighthouse of Oakland County
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac MI  48342
Phone:  248-920-6060
Website:  www.lighthouseoakland.org
Gifts for Seniors and "Adopt A Family Christmas Program".  Matches families with donors 
and then helps distributes donor gifts to adopted families in December.  Also baby, household 
and personal care items and medical equipment such as wheelchairs and walkers.


Rochester Area Neighborhood House  (RANH)           
1234 Inglewood
Rochester MI  48307
Phone:  248-651-5836  
Website:  www.ranh.org
Holiday Food Baskets, RANH's Christmas Shopping Days program designates a time for those in need
to select gifts for their children.  These gifts are donated by the Rochester community specifically for this 
event.  Serves ONLY Auburn Hills, Lakeville, Leonard, Oakland Twp., Rochester & Rochester Hills!
AND
RANH Christmas Program for Families Further Info:
If you are a Neighborhood House client and have children between the ages of newborn to 18,  you are invited 
to fill out an application for our Christmas Program which includes a food basket and gifts for the children.
Your file at Neighborhood House must be up to date with: Michigan ID, 2012 Tax Return if filed, proof of income, 
birth certificates for children.  Come into the Neighborhood House during our intake times of Monday through 
Thursday, between the hours of 11:30 and 2:30 to fill out an application.   Be ready with sweatshirt and pajama 
sizes for each child as well as two gift ideas between $20 and $25.
If you are not sure your file is up to date, please bring all of the items listed above.


Orchard Family Services
114 Orchard Lake Road
Pontiac MI  48341
Phone:  248-858-7766
AND
2351 W. 12 Mile 
Berkley MI  48072
Phone: 248-544-4004
AND
2045 Maple Road
Walled Lake  MI  48390
Phone:  248-624-3811
Website:   www.oaklandfamilyservices.org
Has an Adopt-A-Family program and served 427 individuals and families in 2010!  


South Oakland Shelter
431 N. Main St.
Royal Oak, MI  48067
Phone:  248-546-6566
Website:  http://www.southoaklandshelter.org
Provides shelter, meals and other services including holiday help through their "Hope for the Holiday" 
program to homeless men, women and children and low-income.    


Open Door Outreach Center
7170 Cooley Lake Road
Waterford MI  48327
Phone: 248-360-2930
Email:  opendoor4328@sbcglobal.net
Website: http://www.opendooroutreachcenter.com
Offers programs to assist low and moderate-income families during holidays and other special occasions 
to assist low and moderate-income families who live in Waterford, White Lake, West Bloomfield, Keego Harbor, 
Sylvan Lake, Commerce, Walled Lake and parts of Wixom.  Referrals from other agencies are also accepted.  
Families who live outside of our service area will find some help and referrals to agencies in their home area.  


Troy Police Department & Troy VFW Post 4037           
2375 E. Maple  (VFW Post 4037)
Troy MI  48083
Website:  www.tpchelps.org
Holiday baskets for Christmas for Troy residents.  Family names are provided by Troy People Concerned 
and the Troy School District.  Businesses adopt families and donate while the Police Department and the 
VFW Post assemble food and gifts for delivery in time for Christmas. Troy resident's only – low income 
(150% of poverty), all ages.


Grace Centers of Hope         
35 E. Huron Street
Pontiac, MI  
Phone:  248-334-2187
Website:  www.gracecentersofhope.org
Women need to enter at the Perry Street entrance; the men's entrance is on University.


Catholic Charities of Genesse County  (may serve those close to Oakland County line)
Administrative Office:  
901 Chippewa 
Flint MI  48503
Phone: 810-232-9950  OR  810-239-4417 (bi-lingual line)
Website: www.catholiccharitiesflint.org
Offers Christmas and Easter help.  


Good Shepherd Coalition 2013 Holiday Assistance Program  
33222 Groesbeck 
Fraser  MI  48026
Phone: 586-415-8100
Email:  good-shepherd@att.net
Website: http://www.gscmacomb.org
During the gift giving holidays, we offer food baskets and/or gifts for children of all ages also through 
supporting churches.




WASHTENAW COUNTY

GOODFELLOWS---All Communities 
Please check with your City Hall to see if your City has a Goodfellow organization!

SALVATION ARMY 
​Website: http://centralusa.salvationarmy.org
AND
Salvation Army of Washtenaw County             
Ann Arbor Community Center
100 Arbana Drive
Ann Arbor MI  
Phone: 
AND
9 S. Park
Ypsilanti MI  48197
Washtenaw County residents in need of assistance this holiday season can apply to receive 
a gift card to a local grocery for food and families with children up to age 14 can also apply for 
toys from the Salvation Army Corps Community Center's toy shops by applying at the Ann Arbor
Center              


TOYS FOR TOTS---All Communities
Website:  www.toysfortots.org  


THE LIONS CLUB---All Communities​
Website: www.LionsClub.org


VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA--Michigan         This Agency Is No Longer Accepting Applications for 2013!
Adopt A Family 2013
P.O. Box 3642
Southfield MI 48037
Phone: 248-353-4862
Website: www.adoptafamilymichigan.org
The holiday season only adds to the stress for these families. Volunteers of America Michigan's Adopt A Family
Program helps children, families and seniors during the holidays by providing food, toys and clothing in a com-
passionate and supportive manner. Since 1993, the Adopt A Family program has helped over 162,000 families,
children and seniors in southeastern Michigan. This signature program of Volunteers of America Michigan is an
opportunity for individuals, companies and organizations to help families in need, either through direct adoption
or a financial contribution. Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE by November 8th, 2013.


Faith in Action
603 S. Main St.
Chelsea, MI  48118
Phone:  734-475-3305
Website:  Nancy Paul, Director:  nancypaul@faithinaction1.org
Website:   www.faithinaction1.org
Christmas Adopt-A-Family project for those living in the Chelsea & Dexter school districts ONLY 


Saline Social Service Inc.
131 E. Michigan Avenue
Box 404
Saline MI  48176
Phone: 734-429-4570
Email:  socserv@frontier.com
Website:  www.salinesocialservice.com
Provides food baskets for Easter and Christmas.  Also has a Holiday "Adopt A Family"program.   
Must be a resident of the Saline School District. 


Washtenaw Community Elves              
Email:  help@washtenawelves.com
Website:  www.washtenawelves.com 
Offering new and gently used gift items to families in need for the holiday, with no income restrictions.  
Since 2005 we have provided and delivered gifts to hundreds of children in our community!   We will 
begin accepting requests for help starting Nov. 20, 2013. Until then, please take time to review our 
Request Help page for more information on how the process works and what we need to make a 
successful holiday for you and your loved ones!






CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY ASSISTANCE
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