Free Christmas Trees for
KIPP students and their families
Free Christmas trees for KIPP students and their families
The Giving Trees is excited to partner with KIPP Public Schools this holiday season to offer free Christmas trees (plus gift bags with stands, lights, and ornaments) to KIPP students and their families.
How it works....
If you decide you want a tree, submit your request via the form at the bottom of this page. Then, in the coming days, a member of The Giving Trees will contact you to identify a mutually convenient day/time to deliver your tree + gift bag personally to you at your home.
This gift is completely free, and there are no requirements to receive a tree except for completing the request form below. Of course, if you do not wish to receive a Christmas tree, that's completely fine - you do not need to do anything.*
If you would like a free Christmas tree...
To receive a Christmas tree, please complete the form below.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me directly via my contact information below.
The Giving Trees
Thank you, KIPP students!
You inspire so many in your demonstration of the characteristics that are so important in life:
leadership, resilience, strength of character, generosity and kindness, independent thinking, and an entrepreneurial spirit.
We appreciate you!
*The Giving Trees is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that aims to brighten the holiday season for individuals and families who need a little extra care and support - independent of background - by personally delivering free Christmas trees, stands, lights, ornaments, and other decorations to them in their homes. Our purpose is to spread joy through generosity and service during the December holidays. We welcome tree recipients, donors, volunteers, and other supporters entirely independent of religion, race, color, socio-economic status, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, language, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other factor. If someone wishes for a Christmas tree and tells us they otherwise wouldn’t get to have one this year, we bring them a tree.