For 2022, we still need your help.

As we did last year, we’ll be working directly with a number of the smaller shelters, as well as with families who are in permanent housing but in need of some help around the holidays.

Following a maelstrom of events that include the sudden illness and loss of our founder, Jake Kennedy, and the Covid-19 pandemic, Christmas in the City temporarily lost our tax-exempt 501(c)3 status due to a lapse in submitting tax filings. While our dedicated, 100% volunteer team is working round the clock to get our 501(c)3 status retroactively reinstated, we have entered a fiscal sponsorship agreement with our partner, Knock Knock Give a Sock. This means that you can still make tax-exempt donations to support our mission!

Donations will be directed to “Christmas in the City, a project of KKGS” and you will receive a thank you letter acknowledging the contribution from Knock Knock Give a Sock.

If you have any questions about this change, we are eager to speak with you. You can contact us

If you’d like to donate toys, here’s where you can learn how.

If you’d like your donation to go to CITC New York » click here to donate

If you would like to mail a check payable to Christmas in the City, a project off KKGS, please send it to:
Christmas in the City
35 Lake Shore Road
Salem, NH 03079

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Christmas in the City is registered as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Contributions to CITC are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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