Want to help Butte’s less fortunate during the holidays?
Consider the Mining City Christmas & Holiday Giving Program.
How can you help?
• Donate: Action Inc.’s Mining City Christmas and Holiday Giving Program is solely dependent on the generosity of donations from our community. Our agency does not receive government funds for this program nor do we use any donations for program costs. All monies received go directly to help families in need. Donations are tax deductible.
• Adopt-A-Family: By adopting one of the families, a group or individual agrees to buy food and gifts or gifts only for the family for Christmas. Families who are adopted are chosen from the giving tree at Action Inc. The giving tree contains a wish list of the family who is needing help this holiday season.
Applications and adoptions are accepted at Action Inc., 25 W. Silver Street, Butte, MT 59701.
For more information, contact (406) 533-6842 or visit our website at www.butteassistanceprograms.org.
Here are a few families for consideration:
1. A family with a 5-year-old girl wants Barbie’s, needs boots, and likes to play with dolls. A 7-year-old boy wants a sled, needs boots, and likes Paw Patrol. A 9-year-old boy wants a remote control car, needs boots, and like sledding. Reference #222
2. A family with a 1-year-old girl wants baby dolls, need a high chair, and likes Elmo. A 2-year-old boy wants toys, needs clothes, and likes Elmo. An 8-year-old girl wants bedding, needs clothes, and like to draw. A 13-year-old girl wants makeup, needs clothes, and likes Starbucks. A 14-year-old boy wants art supplies, needs clothes, and likes to read. A 15-year-old girl wants a curling iron, needs clothes, and likes books and makeup. Reference #226
3. A family with a 4-year-old girl wants toys, needs clothes, size 4T, and likes Barbie. A 6-year-old boy wants Hot Wheelz cars, needs clothes, and likes Playdough. A 7-year-old boy wants super hero toys, needs jammies, and likes Legos. An 11-year-old boy wants art supplies, needs pants size 12, and likes to draw. Reference #220