Ways to Help People this Holiday Season, Christmas 2020 Edition:

Harvest House helps to feed hungry people, gives people dealing with homelessness a safe place to stay, helps addicted people get healthy, and even teaches skills to help folks get jobs and back on their feet.
-- Donate a Christmas meal online HERE (under 3 bucks buys a meal for someone!)
-- Other Donations online HERE
-- Volunteer some of your time CLICK HERE
-- Donate items (especially Winter clothes and boots) CLICK HERE
Harvest House Office is now at 108 High St.
-- Or you can give over the phone by calling 506-855-0626

- YMCA Moncton's ReConnect Program helps homeless and at-risk people by giving folks a hand up. You can give money, gift cards, hygiene products, anything is appreciated! CLICK HERE for more info. One of the big ReConnect fundraisers is Battle of the Brains which you should totally come out for!! 
- Salvus Clinic on Church Street helps people who are:  1) going through homelessness, 2) dealing with poverty, 3) struggling with mental health issues and substance use. You can donate time, money, or products to help people. Click their Facebook link or WEBSITE.

Food Depot Christmas Boxes help people and families who depend on the Food Bank.
To register to receive a Food Box call 506-383-4281 Ext 6. Any time you need help with food you can call 506-383-4281 Ext 1 to make an appointment with the Peter McKee Food Centre (475 Saint George).
According to this article, it seems like Christmas Boxes need to be picked up this year unless you are unable to do so. For info please call call 506-383-4281. 
- To donate to the Food Box Program CLICK HERE.
- To make another type of donation CLICK HERE for more info.
- In past years, volunteers were needed to deliver food boxes, but this year it's not possible... Christmas Boxes this year need to be picked up by recipients because of Covid. This article explains more.
Salisbury Helping Hands appreciates your turkey/ food donations and also new clothes, new toys, or cash to help folks out. *How to donate might be different this year because of Covid, we recommend that you call them. Last year you could donate at:
-- Salisbury Helping Hands (64 Douglas Street) (506-372-9787) Open Thursdays from 6:30p-8:00p
-- Salisbury Baptist (3128 Main Street) (506-372-5179)
**UPDATE Dec 3, 2020: We got a note from Principal Tammy at JMA High School in Salisbury: 
    "I am wondering if you can help me get the word out about the work our Food Bank is doing in Salisbury? You have been very helpful in past years. The food bank continues to be open each Thursday night for community members to drop off food, monetary donations, toy donations, and any donations of new outdoor wear and PJs. We are open from 6:30-8:00pm. We will be there tonight, and for the next 2 weeks. Please ring the bell for service and wear your mask." 
    "Armstrong High Student Council has already started the month off by donating 3 totally decorated trees for families in need. The entire school of Armstrong High/ Salisbury Middle School is in the midst of their campaign of collecting food to be delivered to the food bank on December 14th. Yeah!"
Atlantic Wellness Community Centre gives free therapy to young people going through mental health issues. Please consider giving a donation to Atlantic Wellness in someone's name this Christmas! CLICK HERE to donate online or stop in to 225 Lutz St Moncton.

How to Help the Salvation Army to help others:
-- If you see a Salvation Army Kettle somewhere around town put money in that kettle. Your donation will help families around here. *Because of Covid, the Salvation Army encourages online donations this year. 
--Donate online HERE.
--Host an Online Kettle! Sign up HERE then share your Kettle on Social Media! 
--Note: If you'd like to register to receive children's gifts (Toys for Kids Program) or a food basket, call 506-389-9901 or CLICK HERE. Deadline to register is Dec 10, 2020.

Canadian Blood Services says that during the 2020 holiday season, they have 600 blood donor appointments to fill across New Brunswick, and over 130 here in Moncton. The need for blood is constant, and donor numbers take a dip during the holidays. Walk-ins are not allowed this year because of Covid. Please book an appointment: 1-888-236-6283 or Blood.ca or get the free app (iphone) (android). Click HERE for more info.
Canadian Blood Services is at 500 Mapleton Rd.
-Fill the Bus from Anglo East Schools is normally that thing where all the Anglo East Schools happily accept your non-perishable food donation during normal school hours as they Fill the Bus for the food bank. This year, because of Covid, it is an online donation opportunity. HERE for more info.
What Kids Need Moncton says this about themselves: "Our goal is the eradication and prevention of homelessness and poverty for families in the Greater Moncton area." They have a special Christmas campaign where you can help to sponsor a kid's Christmas. HERE's their Facebook.
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