The Difference You Can Make...

“This program is the best! Our sponsor helped us so much. There’s so much glory to God, because my 4-year-old godson came to live with us, and our sponsor helped provide for him, too. It’s so hard out here, but our sponsor did everything to make our Christmas special when we needed the help!”

–Angie, Southern Pines, NC


You, your civic group or your business can sign up to sponsor an individual or family at Christmas time, and you may be surprised that you receive far more than you give during the experience.

Click to download a Sponsor Form



Give the gift of your time, and volunteer with Christmas for Moore. There are multiple ways to serve, including on the board, on-site during our annual registration days, shopping, wrapping or delivering gifts to program recipients. We would love to hear from you!


If you would prefer to make a donation, we are committed to putting your donated funds to good use. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, your donations to Christmas for Moore are tax-deductible. Click to Donate!

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What Our Sponsors Say...

"Christmas for Moore has allowed us to give back to a community that gives so much to us. This program enables us to show the grace, generosity and humility that Jesus Christ shows to us."

–Rob Barrett, Owner & Pharmacist

Seven Lakes Prescription Shoppe


“The families are vetted well. I see it as giving these kids a chance to have a special memory of Christmas. It’s easier for some people to buy a gift card, so the parent or individuals can go purchase the gifts that they need. It makes me feel good, but it is still not enough.”

–Bill Sahadi, Owner & REALTOR

Fore Properties

“I appreciate how direct the giving is. It is an opportunity to directly support and love people during a special time of the year.”

–Karen D. Sullivan, Owner & Neuropsychologist

Pinehurst Neuropsychology

What Our Volunteers Say...

"I volunteer because of how I was brought up. It was part of my family's lifestyle. There was and is the biblical belief that to whom much is given, much is required. This does not apply only to money. Giving of yourself is expected. The reward is the personal satisfaction of knowing that you've given your best to make life better for others and to make the world a better place."

–Ann Baird Wells

 Christmas for Moore Board of Directors

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We would love to hear from you and have you join the Christmas for Moore effort by sponsoring a family or individual, volunteering or making a donation.