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Get Free Toys for Christmas in Pierce County, WA!

Get Free Toys for Christmas in Pierce County, WA!

Need FREE Christmas gifts in Tacoma, Puyallup, Spanaway or elsewhere in Pierce County, WA? We’ve found several agencies that may be able to help your family this holiday season.

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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.

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

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Need Christmas help in a different city?

Get FREE Christmas Trees for Military Members!

Trees for Troops distributes free Christmas trees to enlisted military servicemembers between E-1 and E5 ranks. The trees are distributed every year through the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation.

Get FREE Christmas Gifts in Pierce County, WA!

Some of these agencies are located outside of Pierce County (such as Seattle and Wenatchee). However, we have verified that they serve Pierce County as of this writing.

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Forgotten Children’s Fund in Wenatchee, offers seasonal assistance to children of low-income families in Pierce County. With this program, children get a visit at their home from both Santa and his elves who give them gifts and a food box. For more information about the services they offer or to sign up, please contact them using the contact us icon on their website.

Joy Box Ministry in Tacoma, invites low-come families, seniors, veterans, and anyone else having a hard time to their ministry. With this ministry, those in need receive an anonymous joy box filled with five wrapped gifts and five uplifting letters to help brighten their spirit.

Northwest Church in Federal Way, offers both the Christmas Toy Outreach and the Thanksgiving Outreach for low-income families in Federal Way, NE Tacoma, and Auburn. With the Christmas Toy Outreach, children ages newborn to 14 years old receive new toys to open Christmas morning. Furthermore, the Thanksgiving Outreach offers a complete holiday dinner with turkey and all the trimmings.

Salvation Army in Tacoma, offers their Angel Tree program for underprivileged families during the holiday season. These families will receive new toys for their children, clothing, shoes, and food from donors in the community.

Shop With A Tacoma Cop in Tacoma, offers a unique experience for children of low-income families during the holiday season. Chosen children get to shop with Tacoma deputies, enjoy refreshments, gift certificates, wrapping supplies, toys, and more. Additionally, children also get to pick out gifts for their family members.

Toys for Tots enrollment begins early. Get registered to get free gifts for your kids!

Toy Rescue Mission in Tacoma, offers seasonal assistance to families currently using state services and meet their criteria. These families receive both toys and clothing through donations made by the community. Additionally, they offer birthday baskets and Easter baskets filled with toys and candy for the kids.

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Enjoy a delicious holiday meal with help from these agencies.

Families Unlimited Network offers a food pantry to qualified people who need it. You might be able to get free holiday meals at the pantry.

Rainier View Christian Church provides a food bank to those who live in the 98444, 98445, 98446 and 98387 zip codes. Provide photo ID and proof of address for service.

Spanaway Food Bank provides food ingredients to make nine nutritious meals at a time.

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D.Shore

Wednesday 15th of December 2021

My daughter out of town She is onDSHS and disability.I have 3 grandchildren.I would like to get gifts

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/

Angella Tate

Sunday 12th of December 2021

I am not sure if I am applying in the right spot. We have 7 grandchildren and 2 senior parents that they with us. We are reaching out to get help for Christmas. My mom Charleen is 66 years and my mother in law Linda is 60. Our grandkids names are Tyla she is 2 years, Amir he is also 2 years old, Baby Ty he is 5, Alayna she is 5 years old, Harmony she is 5 years old, KeMari he is 8 years old and Tyshawn he is 9 years old. We are not asking for a lot just a little to place a smile on their faces for Christmas. My name is Angel and My husband name is Tyval. If you know of anyone doing assistant for Tacoma utilities we can also use some assistance. Thank you and God Bless

Isaac

Monday 13th of December 2021

Information on this should be in the article above. Chat with Lira, she might be able to help! https://lowincomerelief.com/chat/

Yenny

Wednesday 2nd of December 2020

Need help for my 5 kids

Hannah Benge

Monday 7th of December 2020

If you can't find options here you can check this out https://youtu.be/UDx9ISmIlAg and call 211 for help in your area. Hope this helps -Hannah

tammy

Friday 21st of December 2018

I think it's great about all the help for children, but are there any help for the teenagers we have, hard times fall on them and families too if not more. would love to know anyone that helps 14-17

Riley Thomson

Saturday 22nd of December 2018

Tammy, I'm not sure of each programs age restrictions. Every resource is different. If you have tried all of the resources we have listed and haven't found any help, you could try 211.org for more resources in your area. I hope this helps. -Riley

Sharon Gandy

Tuesday 11th of December 2018

I know im late, was hoping i could do Christmas for my grands who were placed in my home. Things are still tight, so if there's place for toys. ( boy's 7 & 9 ) please let me know.

Riley Thomson

Wednesday 12th of December 2018

Sharon, If you have tried all the resources we have listed in your area, you could then reach out to 211.org for more resources in your area. I hope this helps. -Riley