Our fundraising efforts help us buy over 18,000 lbs of food during the holiday season, feeding over over 350 families in Fairbanks and North Pole. All donations made to Santa's Helpers 501(c) help to secure food boxes for families in need this holiday season.
We also accept toy donations by partnering with local vendors to set up drop off locations. Please contact us if you are looking to partner with or searching for drop off locations in Fairbanks/ North Pole area. Restoring toys donated by our community helps provide Christmas gifts to families with children 17 and under.
Our efforts are in full force by the end of November, If you are interested in helping us this year, please reach out to us over FB and email. Groups interested in volunteering this year please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our volunteers are the heart of this long standing Fairbanks formerly known as Santa's Clearing House. It has stayed alive through its affiliation with North Star Community Foundation. To join our efforts, contact email@example.com. Visit our online donation page to contribute to the 2019 Santa's Helpers effort. If you wish to contribute by check, fill out the donation form, select "Pay by Check" and you will find the mailing address.
Denice of Santa's Helpers accepts a donation from Local 302 Laborers Union.
With community support, families will receive a weeks worth of staples, a holiday meal and gifts for each child under age 18.
Your generosity allows Santa's Helpers to receive community referrals to continue to have neighbors helping neighbors though a week's worth of staples, a holiday meal and gifts for each child under age 18.
Coordination with Love INC, The Salvation Army and other organizations helps prevent overlapping services and provide for as many children as possible.
Santa's Helpers also works annually with the Fairbanks Community Food Bank, Red Cross, Santa's Senior Center, The Doll Ladies, and UAF Nanook Hockey and 4-H clubs to spread holiday cheer. You are a part of a true community endeavor we hope will be in Fairbanks for years to come. Thank you.