At Bond & Botes, we know that Christmas is supposed to be a wonderful time for family members to come together, spend quality time with one another, and reflect on the long year that’s coming to an end. Unfortunately, not everyone can take part in these festivities. With spending quality time with family comes exchanging gifts (which can be expensive) and cooking a large meal (which can be just as expensive as the gifts). If you fall into this category, you are not alone. Thankfully, churches and other local organizations realize the financial struggles and hardships that can come with Christmas.
If you are in a financially compromising situation, contact one of the organizations below and ask about programs which are available this Christmas.
Bolton Community Center
Christmas toys, meals, free Thanksgiving food boxes, Christmas boxes, and groceries offered. Low-income families, seniors, and others may get assistance.
Address: 202 Bottom Raymond Rd, Bolton, MS
Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi
They support families and children in Madison County. Christmas meals and small toys are available.
Address: 337 N Union Street, Canton, Mississippi 39046
The holiday programs include Adopt-a-Family for meals or toys for low-income families, Thanksgiving turkeys, and Christmas meals.
Address: 110 Presto Lane, Jackson, Mississippi 39206
Phone: (601) 982-4881
Stewpot Community Services
Only Christmas meals are provided, including home delivery to the low income, disabled and elderly in Jackson area.
Address: 1100 W Capitol St., Jackson, MS 39203
Phone: (601) 353-2759
South Rankin Food Resource Center
Meals, food boxes, and groceries are available during Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Address: 235 Richland Circle, Richland, Mississippi 39218