Sign Up Times
Registration Has CLOSED for 2017.
Apply in person @ 2830 S. Holt Rd. Indpls, IN Tuesdays -11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Wednesdays -10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Thursdays -10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Servicing neighborhood of Mars Hill and surrounding Wayne and Decatur Townships First Come First Served, No Guarantees
- Food, Toys, Clothes, Etc. will be distributed at a later date toward the week of Christmas
Don't be Embarrassed to Ask them for help. . Never let your personal pride get the better of you. If you have small children or others you need to provide for, swallow your pride and put your children first. Ask for help from a non-profit or a local charity,But Please, we ask be sure to return the favor to those in need, when you regain self-sufficiency
All applicants must bring the following with them on the day they apply. Applications cannot be processed without these items.
The application asks for basic information about your family's income, the ages of each member of your family
Requirements to process sign-ups
- Valid Government Issued Photo ID.
- Social Security Numbers for all household members
- Birth Certificates for all children to be registered.
- 2 pieces of recent mail to verify current address.proof of residency
- Proof of ALL income, earned and unearned
- Ages, Gender, Clothing Sizes
Must Have all documents and information to process your sign-up
designed to help families whose income falls below the 2016 United States Poverty Guidelines. The qualified income level is dependent upon the number of persons in your household. Submit the application at the site. You will be told whether your family qualifies for the program at that time.
About our Program
Making the season a little brighter
Tis the season of giving.
Every year, as the holidays approach, families around the world gather together to celebrate with festive decorations, feasts of all flavors and varieties and often also an exchange of gifts. What’s very easy to forget during these times of feasting and celebrating is the fact that there are so many families in the world that are struggling just to put food on the table for the kids, holiday gifts and elaborate parties just aren’t in the picture for them. They desperately need the Christmas help.
Most of us enjoy the holiday season – a time of gift-giving, delicious family meals and warm memories. However, for less fortunate residents of our community, the holidays are a stressful time, with money and economic concerns often looming over the brightness of the season. We help offer a glimmer of hope through these tough and stressful times.
Every Christmas there are children lacking life’s little things because their families are struggling financially and cannot afford the expense.
People struggling with difficult family, emotional, or employment problems. Single Parents and Seniors. It makes a Big Difference in the lives of children.
This program is focused on Collecting and Distributing Food and Toy donations To Children and their families during the Christmas Holidays.
Most of us need a helping hand at one point, and it's good for both the giver and receiver
During this time Community Caring and Sharing Partners with Feed the Children and several other non-profits, businesses and churches to bring together our resources.
Community Caring and Sharing has for many years provided low-income children and families with food, clothes and toys around the holiday seasons.
Also For more than 15 years, during the holiday seasons, We worked with the local marines and the Toys for Tots Program.
designed to help families whose income falls below the 2016 United States Poverty Guidelines. The qualified income level is dependent upon the number of persons in your household
Have a Look at our Previous Years
Become a Sponsor
joyful Christmas to underprivileged children
The wish list given to the sponsor is thoughtfully prepared
Many children in our community return to school after the holidays in worn out uniforms, insufficient winter clothing, or needing school supplies replenished.
because a sponsor is able to feel a special connection with his/her “adopted” child. The sponsor receives the child’s first name and a personalized needs and wish list for the child. Other holiday assistance programs give sponsors minimum information such as “5-year-old boy” without any gift suggestions or host generic toy drives
as a way to give back to people in their community.