12th Annual Teen Christmas

THIS CHRISTMAS MAKE A TEEN'S YEAR

Mission:

To provide new clothing for impoverished teenagers at Christmas.

 

Vision:

Mobilize giving individuals to provide funding for the purchase of new clothing at Christmas. Qualified teenage individuals are given a shopping opportunity and allowed to make the selections for themselves at Sears store Westgate Mall.

 

Our Story:

TEEN CHRISTMAS was founded in 2005. It became obvious to Clint Walker while volunteering with The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program that there were a number of teenage individuals that did not qualify for the Christmas gift programs which focus on children ages 0 – 13.  In sharing these concerns with others, his friend Paul Rose spoke about another community he knew of that started a Christmas giving program for teenagers 13-18 for the very same reason.

 

The first outreach for TEEN CHRISTMAS was a huge success. Over the months following the Holidays an amazing group of giving individuals came together and volunteered their time and talents, formalized the program, and began to raise funds.

 

 TEEN CHRISTMAS is an All-Volunteer Organization (AVO).  All services are provided by volunteers and not by any paid staff.

OPEN DONATION

$25 DONATION

$50 DONATION

$75 DONATION

ONE TEEN

$150 DONATION

TWO TEENS

From:

Burkett Outdoor Advertising

From:

Amarillo Area Chapter of Credit Unions

From:

Walmart 45th and Coulter

From:

Bryan Townsend

From:

Five Dog Solutions

From:

B & W Battery

From:

Jimmy Fincher Body Shop

From:

James & Ruth Ann Duffy

From:

Jewelry Doctor

From:

Rodney Newberry

From:

Jack C Thomas & Son Paint

From:

Don & Vannett Field

On December 3rd of 2016 the

Amarillo Metro Chorus

did a concert to benefit Teen Christmas.

 

This is the third year Amarillo  Metro Chorus has partnered with Teen Christmas.

 

Make plans to hear these ladies sing in 2017.

Burkett Outdoor Advertising is a great partner with Teen Christmas who also promotes Teen Christmas on 3 of their electronic billboards.

Brice presenting a check from the Access Community Credit Union Employees to Clint of Teen Christmas. This helps a lot of Teens have a Christmas they would not otherwise had.