Organizations Accepting Donations

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Organizations Accepting Holiday Donations

There are many local churches, food pantries, animal shelters and other local organizations accepting donations during the holidays.  Be sure to check locally to see how you can get involved with charitable donations.  Here are some other resources to help you select an organization to help out this year:

 

Angel Tree – Prison Fellowship helps to meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of the families of prisoners.

Make-a-Wish® Foundation  – Make-A-Wish® grants the wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition in the United States and its territories, on average, every 38 minutes.

My Two Front Teeth – My Two Front Teeth partnered with the Family Giving Tree’s mission is to fulfill children’s wishes. Most gift ideas are under $25.

One Warm Coat – Started in 1992 with a Thanksgiving weekend coat drive in San Francisco, this organization now collects coats nationwide

Operation Shoebox – Sends care packages to military personnel worldwide

Pennies for Patients – Works with schools to collect pennies for Leukemia patients

Salvation Army – Bell ringers are located in front of retail establishments nationwide

Toys for Tots- Toys for Tots created a national website to provide information, education, and an opportunity to donate to Toys for Tots to the American public.

Trees for Troops – Donate a Christmas tree to military families

 

*We are not affiliated with or officially endorse any of the organizations listed above.  Do you own research before selecting a charitable organization for your donations.  The Better Business Bureau has a charitable giving guide to help you make well-informed decisions when making a donation.

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