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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 cutoff dates sooner than this (especially in this recession)!

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



GOODFELLOWS–All Communities

Goodfellow Fund of Detroit
PO Box 44444
1927 Rosa Parks
Detroit MI 48244
Phone: 586-775-6139
Email: sarigoodfellows@gmail.com
Website: http://www.detroitgoodfellows.org
For children ages 4 to 13 in the cities of Detroit, Highland Park, River Rouge, Hamtramck & Harper Woods ONLY!
Children’s toys, clothing and food. Girls aged four through 10 also receive a doll lovingly dressed by an area volunteer.
Leave message on how you can be reached.

NOTE: Some clubs have their own websites so you may also want to try typing your cities name and “Goodfellows” into your search engine OR call your neighborhood city hall!
Please do NOT call cities that you do not 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

TOYS FOR TOTS–All Communities

Visit http://www.toysfortots.org if your city is not listed in any of the Toys for Tots programs listed below!
Also: http://www.detroit-mi.toysfortots.org

Phone: 2-1-1
Website: http://volunteer.truist.com/uwsem/org/dir-a-l.html

Website: http://www.salmich.org
The Salvation Army of Detroit will begin accepting applications for Christmas assistance on Nov. 12, 2012.
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 Dec. 14th, 2012 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

Website: http://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 ave 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: http://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!


The Information Center
20500 Eureka Suite 110
Taylor MI 48180
Phone: 734-282-7171
Email: info@theinfocenter.info
Website: http://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 Detroit News Helping Hands Program
P.O. Box 441727
Detroit MI 48244
The Helping Hands campaign asks Michigan residents to help those in need over the holiday season by publishing
stories each day in the paper about those needing holiday help. Last day to apply is December 20th, 2011.

Phone: 313-833-4000
Website: http://detroit.lib.mi.us/tip/database.htm
Referrals for Detroit residents only and can only be accessed from a Detroit library computer..

VARIETY / The Children’s Charity
Variety of Detroit
30161 Southfield Road Suite 301
Southfield MI 48076
Phone: 248-258-5511
Email: varietydetroit@usvariety.org
Website: http://www.variety-detroit.com OR http://www.varietychildrenscharity.org

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

Salvation Army For other communities go to http://www.salmich.org
1258 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte MI 48192
Phone: 734-282-0930 Western Wayne residents 313-563-4457
Website: http://www.sadownriver.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.

Adopt A Family 2011
Volunteers of America Michigan
21415 Civic Center Drive
Southfield MI 48076
Phone: 248-353-4862
Email: erohrbach@voami.org
Website: http://www.voami.org
Families who would like to receive help may APPLY ONLINE. Pontiac listing is below!

Focus HOPE: Share with a Senior program
Phone: 313-494-5500
Website: http://www.focushope.edu
Share with a Senior matches individuals and group donors with homebound and low-income
seniors. Programs are through Dec. 15th.

Heart to Heart Ministries
Christmas baskets for senior citizens at nursing homes and residences.
Phone: 313-573-9076 OR 313-928-8305

Children’s Leukemia Foundation of Michigan
29777 Telegraph Suite 1651
Southfield MI 48034
Phone: 248-353-8222 OR 800-825-2536
Email: info@leukemiamichigan.org
Website: http://www.leukemiamichigan.org
Provides holiday toy packages to child/teen patients and their siblings as well as children of adult patients affected
by leukemia. Contact Kristen West, patient services director at 248-355-8222 OR 800-825-2536.

Riverview Old Newsboy Goodfellow Fund
P.O. Box 2245
Riverview MI 48193
Phone: 734-281-4270
Open to families residing within the boundaries of Riverview ONLY. The deadlline for families to apply for consideration is Dec. 9th, 2011. The Goodfellows give toys to children up to age 10. Those ages 11 through 18 receive Meijer gift cards. Recipient families will be asked to pick up gifts Dec. 23rd at the fire station.

Wyandotte Jaycees JUST UPDATED 11/3/2012
Phone: 734-288-7340
Email: info@wyandottejaycees.org
Website: http://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. The deadline to make nominations is Dec. 2nd, 2012.

Huron Township Rotary Goodfellows JUST ADDED 11/13/2012
Huron Twp. Rotary Goodfellows
P.O. Box 289
New Boston MI 48164-0289
Phone: 734-753-4320 (Helena) OR 734-753-3523 (Terri)
Website: http://www.hurontownshiprotary.org/Goodfellows.html
Applications are available at your childs 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 HuronTwp. families!

Joy of Jesus Ministry
Administrative Office:
12255 Camden
Detroit MI 48213
Phone: 313-839-4747
Email: joyofjesus@comcast.net
Website: http://www.joyofjesus.org
Joy of Jesus Holiday Ministry:
P.O. Box 32211
Detroit MI 48232
Hosting holiday parties for over 400 youth and their families.

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: http://www.neyic.org

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: http://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.


Detroit Area Agency on Aging
1333 Brewery Park Blvd.
Detroit MI 48207
Phone: 313-446-4444
Website: http://www.daaa1a.org
(Same as above)

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.

The Salvation Army Eastern Michigan Annual Breakfast
Masonic Temple
500 Temple
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-361-6136 OR 877-725-6424
Website: http://www.salmich.org
Applications also are being accepted for services offered specifically around Christmas, including holiday food baskets
and toys for children in need.

TOYS FOR TOTS This information is for the cities listed below ONLY! If you are
PO Box 612 from Monroe County, this is NOT for you (see listing below for
Trenton, MI 48183 Monroe County!)
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 .

Madison Community Resource Center
5370 McKinley
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-574-4813
Website: http://www.MadisonCommunityResourceCenter.org
Toys for Tots program, Holiday “Feed A Family” program.

Zion Chapel Church of Christ Holiness (U.S.A.)
3000 24th Street at Butternut
Detroit MI 48216
Phone: 313-894-4320
Website: http://www.zionchapelchurch.org
United Christian’s Women’s Ministry invites you to fellowship with us at our Annual Community Dinner!

“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: http://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
12800 E. Warren
Detroit MI 48215
Phone: 313-824-8000
Website: http://www.neguidance.org
Holiday help for those that receive services at the community mental health agency.

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

PO Box 51924
Livonia MI 48151-5924
Phone: 734-427-8552 OR 800-777-8552
Email: info@seedlings.org
Website: http://www.seedlings.org
Provides holiday books for blind children.

New Dimension Outreach Food Bank
Ignited International Ministries
20320 Superior
Taylor MI 48180
Phone: 734-407-5100 (church)
734-383-5658 (food bank)
Email: info@igniteddetroit.com (church)
Food4u@ymail.com (food bank)
Website: www. ignitedinternational.com
Holds new toy drives for its clients and has a food bank.

Greater Apostolic Faith Temple
4735 W. Fort Street (1 mile west of the Ambassador Bridge)
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-843-3660
Website: http://www.greaterasp.org

Project Hope International
Phone: 248-797-1762
Email: projecthopeintl@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.projecthope.org
“Christmas Cheer” program

Capuchin Soup Kitchen
4390 Conner (between Mack and Warren)
Detroit MI
Phone: 313-822-8606 ext.17
Capuchin Services Centers
63333 Medbury
Detroit MI
Website: http://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: http://www.detroitcathedral.org
Holds a New Year’s Feast on New Years Day from noon to 2:30 p.m. All are invited!


Associated Charities of Lenawee County
221 S. Tecumseh Street
Adrian MI 49221
Phone: 517-265-7255 Open M-F 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Toys for Tots, Christmas Food


Providence Ministries
PO Box 5464
Warren MI 48090-5464
Phone: 586-215-6766
Email: reachinghispeople@yahoo.com
Website: http://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, Nov. 4th, 2011.

Solid Ground Shelter & Community Center
Administrative Office:
17955 11 Mile Road
Roseville MI 48066
Phone: 586-772-3604
Website: http://www.solidgroundinc.org
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: http://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.

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: http://www.extendedhandcharity.org
Serves families in Macomb and Oakland Counties. See website for more details.


Monroe County Toys for Tots Program of Southeast Michigan
Stewart Road Christian Ministries
1199 Stewart Road
Monroe MI 48161
Phone: 734-384-9771
Website: http://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.

Spirit of Christmas JUST UPDATED 10/25/2012
The Salvation Army of Monroe County assisted more than 1,500 families through the Spirit of Christmas effort in 2011.
#This year, sign-ups for the Spirit of Christmas will take place at four locations from Nov. 5 through Nov. 30, 2012.
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.
#The South County office, 7200 Lewis Ave. Suite C-1 in Temperance will take sign-ups from 1 to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday.
#MCOP, 1140 S. Telegraph Rd., will be taking sign-ups by calling 241-2775 ext. 204 for hours.
#Only Greenwood and River Park residents can sign up from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays for River Park
residents and 2 to 4 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays for Greenwood residents.
#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 place Dec. 17 for food only and Dec. 18 and 19 for food and toys.

Eagles Nest Church
620 E. Fourth Street
Monroe MI 48161
Phone: 734-241-1502
Website: http://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!


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. 3rd at 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Waterford Parks and Recreation Department, 2303 Crescent Lake Road
in Waterford. To qualify you must show your driver’s license or provide written documentation from the Waterford School District that your children are currently enrolled in the Waterford School District.

The Sterling Heights and Warren Goodfellows are accepting applications for Christmas assistance on Tuesday, Nov. 15th from 9 to 11 a.m. and on Wednesday, Nov. 16th from 9 a.m. to noon. 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.

Goodfellows of Ferndale
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 and Pleasant Ridge families only.
Applications accepted December 1-15. Low income, elderly, handicapped

Berkley Goodfellows
Phone: (248) 541-9000 (Police Dept.)
Names accepted until a few days before Christmas. Berkley residents only. Self or agency referrals accepted.

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 (for SE Oakland residents only).

Extended Hand Charity
4130 24 Mile Road
Shelby Twp., MI 48316
Phone: 586-254-3123
Email: extendhand@comcast.net
Website: http://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: http://www.baldwincenter.org
Offers Christmas baskets to Pontiac families.

Lighthouse of Oakland County
46156 Woodward Ave.
Pontiac MI 48342
Phone: 248-920-6060
Website: http://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
PO Box 80112
Rochester MI 48308-0112
Phone: 248-651-5836
Website: http://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.

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

Farmington Salvation Army
Phone: (248) 477-1153
Christmas only – applications accepted through December 11. Appointment required. Serves Southfield,
Farmington Hills, Wixom, S. Lyon and Novi.

Royal Oak Salvation Army – Thanksgiving and Christmas
Phone: (248) 585-5600
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.)

Warren Salvation Army
24140 Mound Road (9 1/2 Mile and Mound)
Warren MI 48091
Phone: (586) 754-7400
Christmas assistance only (food voucher). Apply after November 10, Monday-Thursday 9:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. ID for adults, SS card for all, Medicaid cards, proof of income.

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 JUST UPDATED 11/4/2012
2375 E. Maple (VFW Post 4037)
Troy MI 48083
Website: http://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.

Adopt A Family 2011 / Volunteers of America
Administrative Office:
618 E. Walton Blvd.
Pontiac MI 48340
Phone: 284-209-1033
Email: info@voami.org
Website: http://www.voami.org

Grace Centers of Hope
35 E. Huron Street
Pontiac, MI
Phone: 248-334-2187
Website: http://www.gracecentersofhope.org
Serving dinner to homeless and needy people at two seating’s, 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the center.
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: http://www.catholiccharitiesflint.org
Offers Christmas and Easter help.

Good Shepherd Coalition 2012 Holiday Assistance Program JUST ADDED 10/7/2012
33222 Groesbeck
Fraser MI 48026
Phone: 586-415-8100
ONLY Families with Children 17 yrs. & under are eligible to register. For families needing Thanksgiving
& Christmas. Must bring proof of residency, income and family size.
Mondays, Oct. 1, 8 & 15 from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM and Wednesdays, Oct. 10 & 17 from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM.


Salvation Army of Washtenaw County JUST UPDATED 10/22/2012
Ann Arbor Community Center
100 Arbana Drive
Ann Arbor MI
Phone: 734-668-8353
Website: http://www.sawashtenaw.org
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 childdren 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 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 OR 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25th,
2012. Apply at the Ypsilanti Corp.’s office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, October 23rd thru Thursday,
October 25th, 2012.

Faith in Action
603 S. Main St.
Chelsea, MI 48118
Phone: 734-475-3305
Website: http://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: http://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: http://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! Accepting
applications from Nov. 27th through December 19th, 2011. See website for more details!

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