Sponsors, Donors, & In-kind Gifts January 1 through March 31, 2013
Sponsors, Donors, & In-kind Gifts January 1 through December 31, 2012
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Applicant Information— Application Guidelines, Elegibility, and required Documents …
Applicants may apply for assistance from one program only. Only one application can be submitted per household, all persons living at one location should be listed on one application.
There are three holiday programs to choose from. Duplicate applications for the same household will have an adverse effect on the processing of your application. These programs work together to help the more than 35,000 people in our community who need assistance for a brighter holiday. They are Salvation Army Angle Tree, Catholic Charities Christmas Caring, and Inter-Faith Ministries Operation Holiday. The services they provide are not identical, one may fit the applicant’s needs better than another.
Operation Holiday provides nonperishable food, a food voucher, coats, blankets, and a toy for children 14 and younger.
Operation Holiday application sites open on in mid November
Most sites are open until Thanksgiving
Inter-Faith Ministries sites often take applications through the end of November
A link to Site addresses and hours will be accessible on this page.
Application must be completed in person. Applicants are helped first come first served.
Sites to assist Spanish speaking applicants will be available
The distibution dates and locations will be posted here.
Person who completes the application:
Must be age 18 or older. Emancipated teens age 17 may apply – must bring court documents
Must be a member of the applying household –only one application per household
Will confirm that no other applications have been submitted for their household to another holiday program
Lives in Sedgwick County or surrounding areas
Applicants must bring:
Proof of identification (photo I.D.)
Proof of address (i.e. bill or letter postmarked in the past 30 days)
Social security numbers or proof of identification for every member in the family (including children)
Birth date for all family members
Proof of income for all members of the household for past two months (September & October)
Telephone or message number
Prepared to choose a date and time for distribution