Liberty Community Christmas Tree

About the Program 

The Liberty Christmas Tree (LCCT) Program is designed to lend a hand to disadvantaged families and older adults who are facing a difficult holiday season. This program is made possible by the countless volunteers and donors who help the Liberty Community Christmas Tree Commission  raise funds and organize donations. A special thank you for the continued support from the Liberty Public School District and the City of Liberty.

In 2020, we were able to: 

  • Raise $62,000 through individual and business donations for gifts, perishable food items and other necessities.
  • Provide food and/or gifts to 370 families with 945 children and 106 other adult households. 

Apply

Applications for the 2021 Liberty Community Christmas Tree Program will open at 8 a.m. on Monday, October 4. 

Volunteer

The LCCT relies on volunteers in a variety of ways:

Donate

Donations are essential to operating the Liberty Community Christmas Tree program. Every dollar raised stays with the program. More information about donating to the program.

Liberty Community Christmas Tree Commission

  • Mark McAuliffe (Term expires 5/1/2023)
  • Amy Ambiatti, Chair (Term expires 5/1/2022) 
  • Rob Fisher (Term expires 5/1/2024)
  • Michele Cronin (Term expires 5/1/2024)
  • Cara O'Riley (Term expires 5/1/2023) 
  • Paul Black (Term expires 5/1/2024)
  • Brent Dobberstine (Term expires 5/1/2024)  
  • Jamiel Yameen (Term expires 5/1/2022)
  • Colleen Jones (Term expires 5/1/2024)    
  • Mark VanMeter (Auxilliary Poition)