Your Helping Hand Gives Hope During the Holidays

You can give the gift of joy and holiday cheer this season. In the midst of a difficult year, your gift makes all the difference to those who need it most. Each year, AACI serves over 21,000 individuals and families through primary health care, counseling, shelter, meals, and more. Your compassionate support this holiday season will allow us to continue this critical work.


Your gift keeps on giving every single day and provides warmth and access to essential services to underserved and low-income individuals and families – and thanks to our generous matching sponsor, your gift by December 31st will be DOUBLED! Give today and offer a helping hand.


Your Gift Will Be Doubled!

AACI is collecting gift cards and funds through December 15, 2022, in order to provide gift cards to children of our most under-served clients, including children of domestic violence survivors and refugees. Every $25 will provide a child with a gift card to buy the gift of their choice this holiday season! This year, there are over 800 children on our list and you can help ensure that every child receives a gift this holiday season. Donate to bring holiday cheer to low-income families in our community.

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You are invited to make a difference! You can continue to join AACI by donating and encouraging your friends and family to support AACI too! Thanks to a special friend in our giving community, your donation will be instantly DOUBLED.
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See below how your gift will uplift families and seniors this holiday season!
provides one month of
mental health therapy to
one newly arrived refugee
cooks up two months’ worth
of nutritious lunches for
one isolated senior
provides one night of shelter
and safety for one survivor of
domestic violence and her children
provides a holiday gift
to one child of a family
who is struggling financially