Family Registration

Family Registration Kid Baby

This past year over 4100 children, infant through age 15, were given toys & winter outerwear worth over $60,000 with 1513 Kenosha County families also receiving grocery gift cards for their holiday meal. Volunteers helped families look for that special toy for each child. Many organizations volunteer including school counselors, students, the R.S.V.P. (Retired Seniors Volunteer Program), retired AT&T employees, Abbott Laboratories/Abbvie employees as well as other community service groups.

Distribution to registered families begin with winter outer garments in late October. Food cards and toy distribution occurs in December closer to Christmas. Exact distribution days and times will be given to families when they register.

Pre-registration can be taken until the last Friday in October at the following locations:
(Please call first for registration dates & times)

Community Action Agency

2000 63rd St
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-657-0840

Urban League of Racine & Kenosha

1418 68th Street
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-652-2111

ELCA Outreach Center

6218 26th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-652-5545

Chavez Learning Station

6300 27th Ave
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-359-6078

Kenosha County Job Center

8600 Sheridan Rd.
Kenosha, WI 53143
262-697-4500

UMOS

1330 52nd Street
Kenosha, WI 53140
262-657-2170

Kenosha County Center

19600 75th Street
Bristol, WI 53104
262-857-1870

Quantities are limited to those who preregister. Registration requires all of the following: picture ID, proof of Kenosha County residency, social security card or ITIN, children’s social security cards, names and social security cards for all individuals living at home and proof of income.

Holiday House is a consortium of community agencies that make food, toys and winter clothing available to Kenosha County’s disadvantaged families with children. Kenosha Christmas Charities, Inc. (Goodfellows) is the primary financial supporter of Holiday House.

"Those who contribute to the less fortunate recognize that man is a fragile creature buffeted by the winds of fate. Behind the mirth and merriment of the Kenosha Christmas Charities is a sensitivity to the human condition and the realization that donating to the disadvantaged is, indeed, giving of one’s self to one’s self."
"For there are few activities more gratifying than serving humanity. To be a Goodfellow is to strive for understanding and to enjoy giving."
–Howard J. Brown
Kenosha Christmas Charities | | 262-220-3271