For 2021, 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 support@christmasinthecity.org.

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

If you’re having any problems with making a donation, please contact support@christmasinthecity.org

If you have any questions about donating, please contact info@christmasinthecity.org

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