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http://www.modestneeds.org/

Has helped with rent and car repair before from a few people I know. You can apply on line to see if they can help you and if you meet the qualifications.

http://www.microgiving.com/

Is another source for assistance and I know of three people here that have applied and know a person very active with the with the organization.

http://www.svdpusa.org/Contact.aspx

Here are a few of the programs they St. Vincent de Pauls helps out with. See the link for your nearest one to see if and what they can help you with. There are more programs they help out with at the link above.

# Food programs
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Emergency financial assistance
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Emergency transportation
# Disaster relief and victim services
# Rent/mortgage assistance
# Low-cost housing

http://www.grantedwish.org/index.cfm

I have applied here before and it is a one time shot at applying. They were not able to help me but read the stories to see if they can help you.

http://www.wishuponahero.com/

You can make up to three wishes and best if they are under $100 each. You can check the catagories to see which you like to put your wish in.

Then I found a place JewishFamilyServices and if you put those words into google.com for your nearest one they may be able to help you. One person on this site came from Indiana to California and they helped with a security deposit and the security deposit they recieved was under $500.

ON UTILITIES: Phone, electric and gas. Call your local companies for each as they all have a program for low income people and be sure to get on them if you meet their requirements. I have been on the program and off them since living in California. Remember to turn off what you aren't using and unplug things like microwave that you aren't using as they do draw energy when plugged in...

http://www.treeofwishes.com/private.php

http://www.cyberbeg.com/

The last two I tried long ago but never stuck with them. You can try them.

Then you can always apply for hud housing, section8 or housing authority and get on the waiting list.

First Up - National Organizations

The Christmas Angel Tree - Salvation Army

This is a great charitable organization that offers help to low income families and those in need of some holiday assistance. This is a need-based organization that offers gifts to underprivileged kids around the nation. If you meet the guidelines, you can sign up for help and check out local locations of the Salvation Army.

The Angel Tree - Prison Fellowship Program

This group is a little different than most of the others on the list. The Prison Fellowship Program is designed to offer gifts and the word of Christ to children whose parent(s) are incarcerated in prison or jail. It's a good program that brings a little spirit to kids that sorely miss a parent at the holidays. You'll need to find your local Angel Tree contact to sign up. As a jail guard, I can assure you there are many children that could use this type of program during the holidays.

Toys for Tots

The Marine Corps runs this great organization that provides toys to kids whose families may not be able to afford them otherwise. You can sign up for help from this organization if you meet the restrictions set for in the program. You've probably seen all the donation centers as December approaches. If you are in need of help, you may be able to get it from this organization.

Family Giving Tree

There is a special Holiday Wish section of this group. While most donations are done in California, they are expanding beyond California. While the organization does provide help all year, the holiday section is specifically designed for holiday wishes. They started out giving out backpacks in 1990, but have expanded their services to include the holiday wish program. You can contact the Family Giving Tree to get help.

Trees for Troops

This is a part of the Christmas SPIRIT Foundation and provides real trees to families with members in the military. Based out of Missouri, the foundation does provide National assistance to those in need. It's a great organization that helps out during the holiday. Every family deserves a nice tree! This year they are teaming with FedEx to deliver the trees all over the nation. You can contact Christmas SPIRIT for help.

The National Holiday project

The National Holiday Project is an organization that aims to brighten the lives of the needy through local chapters. You can sign up for help with the charity and see what kind of assistance they offer in your area.

Operation Santa Claus

While you will not receive gifts or money from this group, your child can get a letter from Santa for the holidays. This could easily brighten the eyes of any child that may not get much for Christmas.

Childs Play Charity

This is really unique. Most states are represented through various children's hospitals. Each hospital makes a wish list of electronics "wish list" items for their patients. Children that are very ill and in these hospitals are eligible to receive the items. The site will let you find a location in your state.

List of Christmas Charities by State

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