Get FREE Christmas Gifts and Food in Washington!

(Last Updated On: September 25, 2018)

Need a little Christmas help? We know firsthand how frustrating it is when you can’t provide your kiddos with a huge holiday celebration. Sometimes, financial stress can make the holidays downright stressful and depressing. Fortunately, there are agencies that can help with free Christmas gifts and food in Washington!

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Free Christmas gifts and food in Washington!

There are organizations that operate at a national level but also have local branches you can use to find free Christmas gifts and food in Washington. If you’re looking for the easiest way to get help, it’s right here with these organizations.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is available year-round but provides help for Christmas gifts during the holiday season. Their Angel Tree program allows your children to make a wish list of gifts they want. Then, their list gets placed on the Angel Tree. The gifts will hopefully be donated and your child can get what they’re asking for. You must sign up for the Salvation Army at your local office.

Toys for Tots

With Toys for Tots, you don’t get to choose the toys your children get, but they’ll be geared toward their age and their gender. You will need to let the organization know what your child is interested in when they collect other information from you once you sign up on their site.

Find free Christmas gifts and food in Washington in your county!

Starting right in your own county is a great way to make sure you can find gifts locally. We found different helpful options for many counties in Washington. If you don’t see your county listed here, you could still get help with free Christmas gifts and food in Washington. Just let us know in the comments below what county you’re in.


If you’re in Issaquah or other areas in King County, you might be able to get help with free Christmas gifts and food in Washington. The city has a lot of resources available for free food, gifts and even adopt-a-family programs for the entire family!

Kitsap County 

Are you in Bremerton, Port Orchard or Bainbridge Island? If you’re in Poulsbo, Kingston or Bangor, you might be able to get help. Kitsap County has many resources for people who are looking for free Christmas gifts and food in Washington!

Mason County

Residents of Shelton, Grapeview, Matlock, Union, Skokomish and Belfair can all get help with free Christmas gifts and food! We found resources to help you make Christmas nicer for your kids and for the entire family. You can even visit local churches for a free meal throughout the holiday season!

Pierce County

If you’re in Puyallup, Tacoma, Gig Harbor or Spanaway, you can get help with free Christmas gifts and food in Washington. The county has many resources you can choose from to get free gifts and food! You may also qualify for other help around the holiday season.

Skagit County

You could get help with Christmas in Mount Vernon, Anacortes and Sedro-Woolley. There is help availble for the Christmas season throughout Skagit County in Washington!

Snohomish County

Residents of Snohomish, Marysville, Arlington, Monroe, Everett and Gold Bar may all qualify for help in the county! There are resources that could help you get access to free Christmas help for your children!


Vancouver has Christmas help for people who need it in Washington! You could get help with free Christmas gifts and food as well as other holiday-related assistance!

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