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Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Coconino County AZ!

Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Coconino County AZ!

Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Coconino County, Arizona! Whether you’re located in Flagstaff, Page, Sedona, Williams, Fredonia, Tusayan or the surounding area, we’ve found agencies that can help you provide Christmas gifts and Christmas dinners for your children.

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Get Free Christmas Gifts In Coconino County, Arizona

Assistance League offers thrift shop vouchers, clothes, shoes, and toys for school-aged children living in low-income households. This program, Operation School Bell, also provides children with a free health kit and a new book. To receive help from this organization, applicants must have one child living in the home that’s attending school in Coconino County and have proof of income and household expenses to verify income eligibility. To sign up for this program, parents must contact their child’s school or a social services organization for a referral. For more information regarding the services they offer, please call (928) 779-3009.

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Salvation Army offers their annual Angel Tree program, giving every child a present to open on Christmas morning. Each child receive their gifts, donated by community members and organizations, one week before Christmas. In addition, they also offer holiday dinner boxes filled with Turkey or ham and all the holiday fixings and hot holiday dinners at their soup kitchen on Thanksgiving and Christmas. To take part in their services, applicants must have at least one child under the age of 12 living in the home full-time, have a valid form of identification, have social security cards or birth certificates for all members of the household, and have proof of income and household expenses to verify income eligibility. For more information regarding the services they offer, please visit their website.

Society Of St. Vincent De Paul offers the Adopt-A-Family Christmas Program through 80 different parishes across Coconino County. Community members and organizations adopt families and buy clothing, toys, games, gift cards, and more for each member of the family, distributing items a few days before Christmas. To take part in the program, applicants must have a valid form of identification, have social security cards for everyone over the age of 18, have birth certificates for all household members under the age of 18, have proof of address in Coconino County, and have proof of income and household expenses. For more information about the services they offer or to receive a referral, please call 211 to get connected to Community Information and Referral.

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The Northern Arizona and Flagstaff Law Enforcement give over 750 children Christmas presents each year by holding annual toy drives and collecting new toys from community members and organizations. They deliver these toys to low-income families in Coconino County one week before Christmas. To take part in their program, those in need must visit the Flagstaff police department or get a referral from a social services organization, have a valid form of identification, and have birth certificates for each child under the age of 18 living in the home. For more information on the services they offer, please contact the Flagstaff Law Enforcement office at (928) 774-1414.

Toys For Tots conducts annual toy drives to collect toys for low-income families during the holidays. Each child receives new, unopened toys one week before Christmas, donated by community members and organizations. To take part in this program, applicants must use the request toys link on their website to register each child. In addition, applicants must have at least one child under the age of 14 living in the home full-time, have proof of residency in Coconino County, have a valid form of identification, have social security cards for all adults in the home, have a birth certificate for all children living in the home, and have proof of income and household expenses to verify income eligibility. For more information regarding this program, please visit their website.

Trinity Heights United Methodist Church provides families in need with gas and grocery vouchers, gift cards, toys, and small gifts during the holiday season. To take part in their holiday program, applicants must have proof of residency in their service area, have proof of income and household expenses, have a birth certificate for all children in the home, have a social security card for all adults in the home, and have a valid for of identification. For more information about the services they offer or to schedule an interview, please call (928) 526-1397.

Get Free Food In Coconino County, Arizona

Coconino County Social Services offers several forms of help for families in need living in Coconino County. They offer emergency food boxes filled with non-perishable food, food box and clothing referrals, help paying utility bills, and emergency related home repairs. To take advantage of the services they offer, applicants must have proof of income and household expenses, have a valid form of identification, have social security cards for all members of the household, and have proof of residency in Coconino County. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call (928) 679-7425.

Flagstaff Family Food Bank invites low-income families living in Flagstaff to their food bank, where they receive one box of perishable and non-perishable food each month. Families pick up their food boxes Tuesday through Friday from 9:00am to 1:00pm. In addition, they also offer free hot meals daily from 4:00pm to 5:30pm for families in need of extra help. To qualify for their services, applicants must have proof of residency and a valid form of identification. For more information on the services they offer, please call (928) 526-2211.

Flagstaff Shelter Services offers several programs for families experiencing homelessness in Coconino County. Offering clothing assistance, job training, shelter, daily meals, snacks, and referrals to other agencies or organizations. To qualify for their services, applicants are homeless or be on the brink of homelessness and have a valid form of identification. For more information about the services they offer or to schedule an appointment, please call (928) 225-2533.

Full Circle Peoples Pantry invites anyone in need to their food pantry from 3pm to 7pm Wednesday through Sunday. Families in need can visit the pantry once per week, where they can select the food items that their family needs the most such as fresh dairy, meat, eggs, and fresh produce. To qualify for their services, applicants must have a valid form of identification, social security numbers and birth dates for all members of the household, and proof of residency in Coconino County. For more information about the services they offer, please call Bill Packard at (928) 699-7831.

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Sedona Community Food Bank invites all low-income families living in Sedona, Cornville, Village Of Oak Creek, and Page Springs to their food bank. Distribution of food products occur on Wednesday from 8:30am to 12:00pm and 4:00pm to 6:00pm. To receive food, applicants must fill out the assistance form on their website, have proof of residence in their service area, list sources of income and household expenses, choose their food preferences, and list all members of their household including their birth dates and social security numbers. For more information about the services they offer, please call (928) 204-2808.

Sunshine Rescue Mission offers free food and clothing boxes to low-income families Monday through Friday between 4:30pm and 5:30pm. They also offer three meals per day at 7:00am, 12:00pm, and 6:00pm for those who need more help. To qualify for their services, applicants must have a valid form of identification, a birth certificate for all children living in the home, have social security cards for all adults in the home, show proof of residency in their service area, and declare their household income and expenses. For more information about the services they offer, please call (928) 774-3512.

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