ATTENTION OUR LOT IS CLOSED for the foreseeable future.
While it may appear to be just another Christmas tree lot with wreaths, mistletoe, and Noble and Douglas Firs, some very important characteristics differentiate the
North Hollywood First United Methodist Church Tree Lot from many others.
1. It’s an all-volunteer run operation.
2. Net proceeds go to a multitude of programs and agencies dedicated to helping those in need.
3. As a complimentary service, trees can be secured to the roofs of customer’s vehicles at their request.
4. For a distance-based fee, trees can be delivered.
VOLUNTEER INFO: Sign-Up Genius
Christmas Tree Lot 2019
Let the holiday spirit find you at the FUMC North Hollywood Christmas Tree Lot.
This annual event is in its 22st year.
All net proceeds go to local/national/international programs and agencies helping those in need!
Please come out and lend a hand in the position that best suits your abilities.
Together, we can spread Christmas cheer throughout our tree lot and the world.
Thank you very much!
Don’t forget to post your photo with your tree and a comment and use the #nohofumcchristmastreesTree Lot Yelp Page
HOURS OF OPERATION: FOR 2021
YOUR TREE/ EFFORTS SUPPORT:
Provides humanitarian relief and disaster response in the United States and internationally. Our efforts are targeted in places where natural disasters, war, or conflict have done so much damage that communities are unable to recover on their own. While UMCOR is not a first-response organization, we stand ready to accompany communities in need over the long haul of their recovery, until they are well on their way to establishing a “new normal” after a crisis.
BOY & GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA
The Scouts of America has a proven track record of shaping youth into people of outstanding character, people who understand the meaning of accountability and the importance of servant leadership.
THE ENVIRONMENTAL WORKING GROUP
The Environmental Working Group’s mission is to empower people to live healthier lives in a healthier environment. With breakthrough research and education, we drive consumer choice and civic action. EWG’s groundbreaking research has changed the debate over environmental health. From households to Capitol Hill, EWG’s team of scientists, policy experts, lawyers, communication experts and programmers has worked tirelessly to make sure someone is standing up for public health when government and industry won’t. Through our reports, online databases, mobile apps and communications campaigns, EWG is educating and empowering consumers to make safer and more informed decisions about the products they buy and the companies they support. In response to consumer pressure, companies are giving up potentially dangerous chemical ingredients in their products and improving their practices.
CARE KITS FOR THE HOMELESS
Care Kits for the Homeless is a uniquely NoHo 1st United Methodist Church Project. Twice a year we make up hundred plus Care Kits containing Water, food, hygiene products, and information about local shelter for our members to carry in their cars and give out when they see someone in Need on the Streets.
Bringing Music, Art, Dance and Drama to Children with cancer and life threatening illness while they are in the hospital receiving treatment
GLENDALE HUMANE SOCIETY
Glendale Humane Society provides a compassionate no kill haven for dogs and cats while transitioning them into loving permanent homes.
Believes all people deserve dignity, opportunity, and a future free from hunger. We believe we provide the tools of transformation to bring about that opportunity. We believe one cow can transform a life. But we know one animal alone doesn’t lead to sustainable change.
HOPE OF THE VALLEY RESCUE MISSION
Their Mission is to attract people and resources to assist in the effort of meeting the needs of every hungry and homeless man, woman and child in the valley. Through strategic partnerships and services, they empower their clients with the faith, knowledge, resources and skills to lead a life of wholeness and self-sufficiency.
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE MISSIONS
International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local officials to secure immediate victim rescue and aftercare, to prosecute perpetrators and to ensure that public justice systems – police, courts and laws – effectively protect the poor. IJM’S Vision is to rescue thousands, protect millions and prove that justice for the poor is possible.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY
Established in 1983, North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry (NHIFP) is a 100% volunteer coalition of Jewish and Christian congregations working together to address the problem of hunger in the community.
PET FOR FRIENDS
Is a fully volunteer, non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing veterinary care, comprehensive evaluation and adoptive homes for Sporting Breeds who are abandoned, mistreated, neglected or left in pounds throughout California.
RED BIRD MISSION
Red Bird Mission and Clinic have been in the Appalachian Mountains since 1921. Today the need remains critical in this isolated, rural distressed area. Chronic poverty, lack of jobs, poor housing, and rugged mountainous terrain provide obstacles to a fuller life for the residents of this area. Red Bird Mission and Clinic strives to meet these needs through ministry in five areas: Education, Health and Wellness, Community Outreach, Economic Opportunity, and Community Housing Improvement.
SAN FERNANDO RESCUE MISSION
The program has been designed to provide homeless men, women, children and families an opportunity, not only to obtain food, shelter, and basic life necessities, but also provides a foundation for individual and family restoration by developing a personalized plan based on their needs for achieving personal growth, employment, and housing.
TINY LOVING CANINES
TLC’s Mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home abandoned and neglected dogs, saving them from certain death in the local shelters.