We defend children who are abused, neglected, trafficked, or facing homelessness.
Explore our seasonal fundraising campaigns and see how you can help support our mission to prevent child abuse and improve the quality of life for children, teens, and young adults who have entered the child welfare system because of abuse, neglect, trafficking or homelessness.Click Here
The Christmas Box International works to prevent child abuse and defend children through a culture of universal diversity, inclusion, and love.
We partner with local, national, and international groups to improve the quality of life for children, teens, and young adults who are victims of abuse, neglect, trafficking, or are facing homelessness.Click Here
Kids Helping Kids
You can help make a difference in their lives by participating in the Kids Helping Kids program, where you and your friends can raise funds or conduct donation drives.
What is a Christmas Box House Shelter
A Christmas Box House is a short-term emergency shelter for children and teens removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, trafficking, or homelessness. Children and teens temporarily live at one of the three Christmas Box Houses while more permanent living arrangements are identified by the Division of Child & Family Services (DCFS). There are three Christmas Box Houses in Utah: one in Salt Lake City, one in Ogden, and one in Moab.Click Here
Alumni Video Series
Meet our Christmas Box Alum
The children and young adults we serve in the state’s custody are confidential, and they rarely get to meet our community and wonderful donors who step up to support and rally around them. In turn, our community rarely has the opportunity to meet these wonderful kiddos and learn what becomes of them!Click Here