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Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Cumberland County, NC

Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Cumberland County, NC

Need FREE Christmas Toys & Food in Cumberland County, NC? Whether you live in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Eastover or the surrounding area, we’ve found resources that can help your family with free Christmas gifts and food this holiday season!

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Get Free Christmas Gifts Cumberland County, North Carolina

Harvest Family Church offers the Lamb’s Gift program where community members and organizations give toys to the church to donate them to less fortunate children. They also offer baskets with holiday meals.

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Simon Temple AME Zion Church is holding a Christmas toy, coat, and gift certificate toy drive to bring Christmas gifts to children of low-income families. In addition, they offer a Christmas Community Outreach program before Christmas where they give away gifts and toys.

Toys For Tots puts donation boxes across the United States and has annual toy drives. They collect toys for families who cannot afford Christmas gifts for their children. Families must apply for help for their kids.

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Get Free Food In Cumberland County, North Carolina

Abney Chapel Seventh Day Adventist Church invites families in need to their church every Monday and Wednesday for free clothing, commodities, and hot meals. In addition, they offer a food pantry that residents can visit once per month for free bags of groceries.

Cliffdale Church offers help for families in need of food to their Cliffdale food pantry. The pantry’s in the log building on the churches campus offering families free bags of groceries, hygiene items, and hot meals.

Fayetteville Urban Ministries invites anyone in need to their ministry for emergency assistance. They offer free bags of groceries, clothing, and limited financial assistance for families who qualify.

Operation Blessing offers a clothing and food pantry for low-income families in need of a little extra help. Families can receive a variety of gently used clothing item, free bags of groceries, shoes, and household items. The organization may also offer special holiday assistance.

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Delores

Monday 6th of December 2021

Hi i'm a single mother of three. Recently moved to the area due to domestic divorce. My boys are 5,7,and 10. They aren't aware of the circumstance we are in at the moment all they know is Christmas is around the corner. If you find it in your dear heart to help me give these wonderful little ones a Christmas.

Isaac

Tuesday 7th 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/

Elayna

Sunday 13th of December 2020

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Hannah Benge

Sunday 20th of December 2020

I'm sorry, what help do you need? We have many resources that we might be able to share with you. Do you just need Christmas help? -Hannah

Rhonda Quador

Wednesday 7th of November 2018

Shay,

This is Rhonda Quador, Director of Community Relations and Development with The Salvation Army and you are giving our misinformation about the Holiday Baskets. We do have the Angel Tree program but currently we don't provide baskets during the holidays. We do offer a community lunch 365 days a year. Please update your site!

Nicole Thelin

Wednesday 7th of November 2018

Hello Rhonda,

We discovered over the weekend that Shay had submitted false information to the website. As a result, she has been fired and is no longer working with Low Income Relief whatsoever. Two fact-checkers have reviewed the 120+ articles that she had submitted to our website and we've already revised the information about the Salvation Army.

As the owner of Low Income Relief, I know that accuracy is the #1 most important thing to our brand. It is critically important and I am horrified that Shay was able to perpetrate such fraud on our readers. We have hired a full-time fact-checker to ensure that this will never happen again.

I am sincerely sorry for any inconvenience or trouble this may have caused you. Thank you for reaching out and, again, I'm very sorry. -Nicole Thelin