Clark’s Christmas Kids has started off with a bang! But although our generous community has donated a greater number of gifts than in previous years, there are many more foster kids who may not have a Christmas this year.
‘People have already done so much to bring in more gifts this year, but the problem is we have so many more kids in need than ever before,‘ Clark said during a WSB holiday party.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Clark’s Christmas Kids, helping foster kids in over 50 Georgia counties.
Ways to help
If you want to make sure Georgia foster kids have a Christmas this year, please consider helping in the following ways.
1. If you live in Georgia, buy a gift!
Choose a wish list from one of Georgia’s foster children and purchase one or more gifts for that child. Gifts will be delivered Christmas morning. You can make a huge difference in the lives of roughly 5,000 kids that will need help this holiday season. Join us live on Friday, Saturday and Sunday this week! Here are the locations.
2. Donate online
Can’t make it to one of our locations in person? Donate online through St. Vincent de Paul’s donation page. There are so many foster children separated from their families in Georgia who won’t receive any gifts this year. You can be their Santa!
3. Share this post!
If you aren’t able to give this year but would like to help, please consider sharing this post on your social media channels to get the word out. Together, we can help a child in need!