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630 CHED Santas Anonymous, the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton and Adopt-A-Teen programs work together to provide a festive meal and gifts for children at Christmas. 

For your convenience there is a single application form to

receive assistance from all three programs.

Please answer the following two questions to help us point you in the right direction. 

 

1. Do you live in the City of Edmonton?

Great! Please move on to Question Number 2.

630 CHED Santas Anonymous delivers toys within the City of Edmonton boundaries only.

Each community has a similar program although the name may be different. Contact your local Food Bank or Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) office to find out who coordinates the toy program in your area.

2. Do you have an ongoing relationship with a local agency?

Great! Applications may be available from the agency that you are connected with. Please contact them to complete your application for assistance.

  • ABC Headstart
  • Aboriginal Head Start
  • Action for Healthy Communities
  • AISH
  • Alberta Adult and Child Health Benefit
  • Alberta Human Services
  • Assist Community Services Centre
  • Ben Calf Robe Society
  • Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society
  • Beulah Alliance Chruch
  • Bissell Centre
  • Boyle McCauley Health Centre
  • Boyle Street Community Services
  • Bredin Institute for Learning
  • Catholic Social Services
  • Changing Together - A Centre for Immigrant Women
  • Children’s Services (PDD)
  • Covenant Health Community Geriatric
  • Creating Hope Society
  • E4C Early Learning
  • Edmonton Catholic Schools Genesis Centre
  • Edmonton Community Services
  • Edmonton Food Bank
  • Edmonton Immigrant Services
  • Edmonton Native Healing Centre
  • Edmonton Vietnamese Seniors Mutual Assistance Society
  • Elizabeth Fry Society
  • Elves Special Needs Society
  • EmployAbilities
  • Family Futures Resource Network
  • GRIT Program
  • HAART Program
  • Herb Jamieson Centre
  • HIV Edmonton
  • Inclusive Learning
  • Inner City High School
  • Jewish Family Services
  • Junior Chamber International (JCI)
  • Kindred House
  • MacEwan University Wellness and Psychological
  • Métis Child & Family Social Services 
  • Mosaic Centre
  • Multicultural Health Brokers Cooperative
  • Multicultural Women and Seniors Centre
  • Mustard Seed 
  • North West Edmonton Seniors’ Society
  • Old Strathcona Youth Society
  • Oliver Centre Half-Day Head Start
  • Operation Friendship Seniors Society
  • SCONA
  • Sacred Heart Church of the First People
  • Sacred Heart LINC Program
  • SAGE
  • Salvation Army
  • Solomon College
  • The Family Centre
  • Ubuntu - Boyle Street Community Services
  • Unlimited Potential
  • Vietnamese Canadian Friendship Society
  • WECAN Cooperative
  • Welcome Centre for Immigrants
  • West Edmonton Parent LINC
  • Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS)

Please contact the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton intake line to apply for assistance from 630 CHED Santas Anonymous, Adopt-A-Teen and the Christmas Bureau of Edmonton. 

Apply for Assistance - 780-414-7695

Intake phone lines are now open.

Hours of operation - Monday  to Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. 

 The Christmas Bureau of Edmonton completes the intake for

630 CHED Santas Anonymous, Adopt-A-Teen and the Christmas Bureau.

Apply for Assistance - 780-414-7695

Intake phone lines are now open.

Hours of operation - Monday - Friday  8:30pm - 4:30pm

Did you know that we work together with many agencies to avoid duplication of applications and services? 

For example, if a family receives assistance from the Salvation Army, they will not receive assistance from 630 CHED Santas Anonymous, the Christmas Bureau or Adopt A Teen.  If a family is receiving a food hamper from Junior Chamber International (JCI), Beulah Alliance Church or Sacred Heart of the First Peoples Church the application is forwarded to us, so they will also receive toys and gift cards from 630 CHED Santas Anonymous and Adopt A Teen.

Our objective, along with these agencies, is to be able to assist ten families once, rather than one family ten times. 

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