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FREE Christmas Gifts in Snohomish County, WA!

FREE Christmas Gifts in Snohomish County, WA!

Need FREE Christmas gifts in Lynnwood, Everett, Mill Creek or elsewhere in Snohomish County WA? We totally understand how discouraging it can be to stare down the holidays after a long, hard year. Your children deserve the best… but sometimes, life kicks you down and you just don’t have the budget for the things you want them to have.

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We get it. We’ve been there. And we’ve found help.

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Get FREE Christmas Gifts in Snohomish County, WA!

Bethany Christian Assembly in the city of Everett, offers several seasonal assistance programs for families in need throughout Snohomish County. Offering both Christmas and Thanksgiving baskets filled with food to feed the entire family six meals and a Giving Tree to help families get toys and gifts for their children.

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Christmas House provides free Christmas gifts to low-income Snohomish County families. All children age 18 and younger may participate. To qualify, you must reside in Snohomish County and have an income that is equal or less than 150% of the Federal Poverty Level. 

Forgotten Children’s Fund in Wenatchee, My. Vernon, and Seattle, brings Christmas joy to over 2,900 families in need each holiday season. Each child registered with the organization receive a goodie bag for Christmas that includes a new coat, food for Christmas dinner, three toys or gifts, a warm blanket, two books, hat, gloves, a stocking stuffed with goodies, and socks.

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Millennia Ministries in Mill Creek, hosts several special programs during the holiday season to aid family during their struggles. Offering both the Christmas gift outreach that gives toys to children and Christmas food baskets.

Salvation Army provides a Toy n Joy program for children ages 14 and younger.

St. Vincent De Paul in Everett, invites anyone struggling to make ends meet to apply for one of their assistance programs. During the holidays, they help families get toys, clothing, shoes, and more to open Christmas morning. Additionally, they offer free bags of groceries and holiday dinner baskets for those who need extra help. For more information about the services they offer, please contact them at (425) 355-3504 extension 3.

Trinity Lutheran Church in Everett, offers Christmas baskets for families in need living in Snohomish County. These baskets contain food to feed the entire family and gifts for all the children in the home.

Toys For Tots in Everett, collects toys at the end of each year to provide a little joy to underprivileged children in Snohomish County. Families may register their children aged newborn to 13 years old for toys.

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Salvation Army provides holiday baskets for Thanksgiving and Christmas! Contact them for details.

St. Vincent de Paul provides free holiday food baskets to families and individuals who reside in Snohomish County!  They do not, however, serve residents of Granite Falls, Darrington or Lake Stevens.

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Have too much month at the end of your money? Me too - and that's how Low Income Relief got started. I have over 20 years of professional research and writing experience. Over the years, I've worked as a novelist, journalist, ghostwriter and content creator. My work has been featured in various print and online publications, including USA Today, eHow.com, Livestrong.com, Legal Beagle, The Daily Herald (Provo, Utah), The Chronicle (Centralia, WA) and others. At Low Income Relief, I use my professional research and reporting experience to help low income families save money and make ends meet. It's been my full-time job since 2016, and it's truly an honor to serve you.

Julie ann parrish

Tuesday 21st of December 2021

I live in lake Stevens and missed the Xmas house. I thought I would have money for gifts for my two teenagers a few days before Christmas but turns out not gonna happen. where can I get them a few presents so we don't feel like they've missed out completely

Isaac

Monday 17th of January 2022

The organizations in our list should be able to help you with this, but unfortunately Low Income Relief does not provide gifts, food or funds directly. You will need to contact the organizations in this list for assistance or chat with Lira! She should be able to help, https://lowincomerelief.com/chat/

Nermin Radwan

Thursday 9th of December 2021

My kids need Christmas gifts please make them happy

Isaac

Monday 13th of December 2021

The organizations in our list should be able to help you with this, but unfortunately Low Income Relief does not provide gifts, food or funds directly. You will need to contact the organizations in this list for assistance or chat with Lira! She should be able to help, https://lowincomerelief.com/chat/

Laurieann Cossey

Tuesday 6th of November 2018

is it possible to get a updated list this Holiday Help one was updated in August and it is now Holiday Season I am looking for resources for my clients

Nicole Thelin

Tuesday 6th of November 2018

Hi, Laurieann! Our fact-checkers are currently combing through this entire series and updating it. There should be an update within the next day or two. Thanks for asking! :)

Ali

Friday 12th of October 2018

Thank you for all that you do and providing great info. I read through the Christmas and holiday help and what I notice is older kids, teenagers, seem to excluded from most programs. These kids could use some holiday “magic” also. If you have any info specific to older children, teenagers( up to 19), it would be greatly appreciated.

Chloe Skupnick

Friday 12th of October 2018

Hi Ali, Each organization has different programs to help. Unfortunately, older kids are excluded a lot. Our researchers take a long time finding these resources and we make sure they're comprehensive so what's in the articles is everything we've found. You may want to talk with the organizations about what they can do to help older kids.

One other thing that older kids might love is experiences. You can "wrap" an experience in a box (just write it on paper or print a picture of the experience) and let the child redeem it any time (museums, trips to recreation areas and even free events are all awesome things for big kids).

You might be able to find some help here: https://lowincomerelief.com/washington

-Chloe