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Free Christmas and holiday help in St. Louis city and county.

Low-income residents of the St. Louis Missouri area can contact a charitable organization or church for help at Christmas or Thanksgiving. Find where and how to get free Christmas gifts or holiday food baskets for low income families or those that are facing a short term crisis. Get assistance from the St. Louis Toys or Tots, Angel Tree, access to Thanksgiving turkey dinners, as well as other free holiday meal or toy baskets.

Almost all of the organizations rely on the support of dedicated volunteers as well as donations from the community. There are businesses as well as non-profits that collect surplus toys, gently used clothing, and retailers that offer gift cards. Children, kids, and teens can be given everything from free Christmas presents such as video games, Legos, dolls and more to clothes. Staff may also deliver a Christmas or Thanksgiving meal to a senior or disabled person in St. Louis.

While most of the items are gently used, there may be a few instances in which a family is given a new game or toy for their children. Singe mothers and fathers in Saint Louis can also get free holiday help. This will generally be a wrapped gift that can be placed under the tree and the child can open on Christmas morning.

Santa's Helpers, Inc.
Address - 5835 Manchester Ave., St. Louis, Missouri 63110. Telephone - (314) 647-1800
This charity operates year round and is one of the larger holiday programs in the city. Volunteers collect toys, games, electronics, and gift cards from the community. Then, during Christmas, there may be thousands of children given gifts. The assistance is available at both Christmas and Hannukah.

Voices for Children - CASA
920 North Vandeventer, St. Louis, MO 63108. Phone: 314.552.2352
An Adopt a Family program is run for abused or neglected children. They seek donations of toys and other items.

Salvation Army Free Holiday Services
The Christmas programs vary by location and resources, but there may be everything from meals to gifts or toys for children from Angel Tree programs. The elderly or homebound may also inquire into a meal delivery service or help from Silver Bells. Get games, gift certificates, books or educational material for school, and other practical Christmas toys as well. Or free stocking stuffers for kids in Saint Louis, decorations and other items. Or Thanksgiving turkey dinners or Christmas meals.




  • Location - 1130 Hampton Ave, St. Louis, Missouri, 63139 dial (314) 646-3000
  • 616 N 16th St, East St Louis, IL, dial (618) 874-3136
  • Center address - 2618 N Euclid Ave - St. Louis, MO, 63113, dial (314) 376-5121
  • Read more, and find other free Salvation Army holiday programs St. Louis.

Saint Patrick
The charity is at 800 North Tucker Boulevard, Saint Louis, Missouri 63101. Phone (314) 802-0700
Programs include a free food pantry and clothing closet. From those may be free Christmas toys, books, winter clothes, and presents for the low income, poor, and homeless.

Mission St. Louis - AMP
 3108 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63107. Phone: 314.534.1188
They offer discounted holiday programs. There may be low cost clothing, games, toys, books, and more that parents can buy. The homeless or those that are living in poverty may also be able to get a holiday meal.

New North Side Baptist Church
5939 Goodfellow Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63147. Call (314) 381-5730
Thanksgiving and Christmas meals may be served. They focus on children and students in St. Louis schools. The usual Christmas gift passed out is a warm winter coat, but there may be other small gifts given as well.

The Community Action Agency of St. Louis County
They help existing clients. As donations and resources allow, there are free Christmas toys, small gifts, clothes, books, and games provided to parent with children. Single moms can also get help for their children. Or get free holiday meal boxes at Thanksgiving or Christmas. Find other assistance from Saint Louis community action agency.

Toys For Tots
Children from families that are low income, unemployed, or struggling may get free toys. The registration in St. Louis is online. Partners of the program include the U.S. Marine Corp, Key volunteers, local companies and non-profits, and also the Semper Fi Society. Children can get free toys ranging from Legos to video-games, console systems, trucks, sneakers, dolls, sports equipment more. Find details or apply here.





Urban League of Saint Louis
Address is 1440 S Compton Ave, St. Louis, MO. Phone - (314) 773-0733

The St. Louis Dream Center
Location is 4324 Margaretta Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri 63115. Telephone number is 314-381-0700
What may be offered to children under 18 includes Legos, balls, Bath & Body Works items, games, and much more. In some cases there will be gift certificates for teenagers.

Feed My People
Office address is 171 Kingston Dr, St. Louis, Missouri 63125. Telephone number is (314) 631-4900

The charity gives out free holiday food (Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas) as well as they operate an Adopt a Family Program. Seniors, parents with children, the disabled and other can apply for Adopt a Family. Free gift certificates, toys, games, winter clothes and more. The family can also be given a meal.

Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service
Address: 4116 McClay Road, St. Charles, MO 63304. Phone: 636-441-1302
Assistance programs include a free food pantry, Adopt a Family, Christmas tress, and more. They are a wide ranging social service agency.

SVDP of Saint Louis City and County
A leading charity made up of volunteers. There will be food, warm winter clothing, and Christmas, Easter, or Thanksgiving help. This is in addition to emergency financial aid. Find games, small free Christmas gifts for kids, shoes, belts, dolls or trucks, and much more. Continue with SVDP St. Louis assistance programs.

Loaves & Fishes for St. Louis Inc
Location is 2750 McKelvey Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043. Dial (314) 291-3857
the faith based charity gives out free, basic supplies. This may be a small gift or toy to a kid or food, hygiene supplies and more. Stockings of small gifts, toys and games may be offered. there is a homeless shelter, as well as free holiday get together or parties at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Happy On Purpose People Empowering Everyone  (Hoppee Inc.)
St. Louis County, Missouri, 63031. Call 636-748-0614 or 618-660-4386
They try to help the poor, low-income, unemployed and disadvantaged. Free food boxes, small toys or clothes such as coats or hats for kids at Christmas, hygiene supplies and more based on donations.

They help children or spouses of parents that are in jail or prison. The location is 4313 Shreve Avenue, Saint Louis, Missouri 63115. Call (314) 265-6414
Whether referrals to legal, Easter, Thanksgiving or Christmas assistance, or basic needs, help is offered.

DHS - Department of Human Services
1520 Market St, Saint Louis, Missouri. For information, call (314) 612-5900
They have a catalog of what needy families may need. It may be food, clothes for Christmas, toys, books, tablets for school, or other goods. It allows members of the city and county of St. Louis to give back - participates can buy the items for needy families.





Midtown Community Services
1202 S Boyle Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110. Call (314) 534-1180
They give referrals and also have an Adopt a Family program. Kids can be given small Christmas presents, based on funding and donations.

Urban Spousal Support Resource Center
119 Church Street, St. Louis, Missouri, 63135. Phone: 314-437-4017 or 314-475-5151
The non-profit offers various youth services as well as Toys for Tots applications.


By Jon McNamara

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