Get FREE Christmas Toys & Food in Florida!

(Last Updated On: November 14, 2018)

Sometimes, Florida families need a little help with free Christmas gifts and food. Life happens to all of us. A layoff, an illness, a recent move, a major repair or any unexpected expense can make it impossible to afford the extra gifts and food to celebrate the holiday season.

Fortunately, there are agencies that can help. We’re dedicated to helping low income families all across America get the help they need to enjoy their holidays. If you need help in a different state, you can click here to find help in your area.

Get free Christmas gifts and food in Florida!

There are some agencies that provide assistance to the majority of the state. No matter where you are located, you can reach out to your local branch for assistance.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army provides holiday meals, toys, clothing and more to low income families. If you’re going to need a little (or a lot) of help this holiday season, contact the Salvation Army right away. You can visit their website to find your local chapter. 

Toys for Tots

Most areas of the US are also served by the Marine’s Toys for Tots campaign. To participate, you’ll need to visit their official website. 

free Christmas Gifts & Food in Florida

Get free Christmas gifts and food in your local Florida county!

You’ll find the best help in your local area. It’s usually the local food banks, Churches and Community Action agencies that provide the best assistance. In order to get the help your family needs, you’ll want to select your county from the list below.

If you don’t see your county in this list, just leave a comment on this page and let me know. I’ll forward your request to one of our researchers and we’ll get that information for you as quickly as possible.

Brevard County

If you’re a resident of Brevard County, we’ve found some helpful resources for you! Brevard County includes Palm Bay, Melbourne, Titusville, Rockledge and more. If you live in these areas, then this is the list you need to see. 

Clay County

Families in Clay County, Florida, can receive gifts, food and so much more. If you live in Orange Park, Green Cove Springs or another town in Clay County, then these are the agencies that can help you this holiday season.

Duval County (Jacksonville)

When we first started this series, we processed requests by city. This quickly became unsustainable, so now we do the research by county. However, some of our older articles haven’t been updated to the new system yet.

So far, the only city we’ve researched in Duval County is Jacksonville. If you need information elsewhere in Duval County, please leave a comment below and I’ll forward that to our research team.

Of course, you can click here to see the Jacksonville list.

Escambia County

Escambia County includes Pensacola, Century and the surrounding area. In addition to helping with Christmas gifts and food, the resources on this list can also assist you with prescription purchases, utility bills, transportation and more! See our entire Escambia County Christmas list here.

Flagler County

We’ve found help in Flagler County, too! Whether you live in Palm Coast, Flagler Beach, Bunnell or another nearby municipality, we’ve found resources that can help your family have a great holiday this season. Here’s our Flagler County list. 

Jackson County

Marianna, Graceville, Sneads, Malone and many other towns are all part of Jackson County. If you live in this part of Florida and you’re wondering what kind of help you can get this holiday season, then you’ve come to the right place! You can find the answer to that question here.

Marion County

If you’re a resident of Marion County, we’ve found some helpful resources for you! Marion County includes Ocala, Belleview, Dunnellon, Reddick and more. If you live in these areas, then this is the list you need to see. 

Okaloosa County

We’ve found over a dozen helpful agencies in Okaloosa County! If you’re looking for a hot holiday meal or some toys for your children, here’s where you can turn for help in Okaloosa County.

Orange County

Families in Orange County, Florida, can receive gifts, food and so much more. If you live in Orlando, Apopka or another town in Orange County, then these are the agencies that can help you this holiday season.

Pasco County

From New Port Richey to Zephyrhills to Lacoochee, there are many organizations in Pasco County. If you need assistance, here’s a long list of places that can help!

Pinellas County

Pinellas County includes St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo and the surrounding area. In addition to helping with Christmas gifts and food, the resources on this list can also assist you with free clothing, bedding, shoes and more! See our entire Pinellas County Christmas list here.

Polk County

Polk County residents can get free Christmas gifts and food in Lakeland, Bartow, Lake Wales, Lehigh acres, Winter Haven and more! If you live in Polk County, Florida, and you need a little help this season, then here’s the list you’re looking for.

Volusia County

We’ve found help in Volusia County, too! Whether you live in Deltona, Daytona Beach, Port Orange or another nearby municipality, we’ve found resources that can help your family have a great holiday this season. Here’s our Volusia County list. 

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