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Christmas in the Community is a campaign that aims to give local charities and organizations a beautiful holiday with a brand new artificial Christmas tree. Christmas Tree Market partners with bloggers who volunteer their time and energy to decorate a Christmas tree for their favorite charity, organization, or personal cause. If you are a blogger who would like to sign up this year and bring joy to someone's life, please fill out the form below and we will reach out to you soon.

We would like to share the amazing results with you. Without further ado, here are the bloggers who participated in the 2014 Christmas in the Community campaign.

Jennifer Lutz

for the Local Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army is a charity that runs homeless shelters, charity shops, feeding programs, and other humanitarian aid in over 126 countries. Jennifer chose her local Salvation Army office as the recipient of a Fraser Fir for Christmas in the Community.

For this tree, Jen used festive DIY ornaments that she made with the help of Hillsdale Salvation Army youth group. Red, green, and white were the chosen colors to achieve a festive and cheerful look. The ornaments were a mixture of glass baubles, pinecones, gingerbread men, bead garlands. A red and white striped bow completed the design.

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Kennedy Fir with Clear Lights

Kate Riley

for Work Ready Closet Project for COTS

The Work Ready Closet project by Kate’s local Committee on the Shelterless (COTS) program was created to provide affordable professional clothing for those who are trying to get back on their feet. Kate has been involved since the project’s inception, and she decorated the tree just in time for the project’s open house.

For this tree, they used a pink and blue theme that worked well with the gold bead garland that surrounded the tree. The tree sparkled when lit, giving the open house a cheerful atmosphere.

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Kennedy Fir Christmas Tree with Clear Lights

Anne B. Weil

for Sarah’s Hope

Sarah’s Hope is an emergency shelter for women and children in Baltimore with a service project in which Anne regularly participates. For this charity, she asked friends and family to join her for a fun afternoon trimming the Christmas tree.

A colorful mix of baubles, candy canes, snowflakes, and icicles gave the tree a cheerful charm that was completed by a gold tree skirt and white lights.

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Fraser Fir Christmas Tree with Clear Lights

Jessica Hill

for Her Son’s Parochial School

Jessica wanted to give something special to her son’s parochial school, so she partnered with us for a tree-giving activity.

Jessica used white, gold, and silver to create the perfect Christ-themed tree for her son’s parochial school, using chalkboard tags, burlap garlands, and silk poinsettias to complete the design.

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Sierra Slim Spruce Christmas Tree

Stephanie Lynn

for Pathfinders for Autism

Pathfinders for Autism is an organization close to Stephanie’s heart. Since being established in February 2000, Pathfinders has offered programs and services that help the families of people with autism. Some of the services they provide include a database of critical services for individuals with autism, a resource center, professional and parent training, recreational activities, and awareness campaigns.

Stephanie used the charity’s logo and the colors of Maryland State to create the perfect tree for Pathfinders. A printed grosgrain ribbon was used as a garland, while a framed logo of Pathfinders for Autism served as a tree topper. The result was a beautiful tree that showcased the charity and the state it was born in.

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Kennedy Fir Christmas Tree with Clear Lights

Sarah Faubus

for Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine

Here’s why Sarah chose the Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine:

We decided we’d love to donate our tree to the Utah Center of Reproductive Medicine for several reasons, but the most being that I have been a patient there for many years, and finally this year we were blessed with our two beautiful daughters after a successful IVF cycle. Although it was far from our plan and ideal way to bring our two girls into this world, IVF does have many positive factors, and throughout our journey there were many times when I felt so excited for our visit, I would tell my husband it was like waiting for Christmas morning. Then finally, one day, our ‘Christmas Morning’ came. I received the biggest gift I could have ever wished for.

Sarah and Emily chose a white and silver theme, and used Christmas baubles, twine balls, silver pinecones, and silk poinsettias to trim the tree for the Utah Center for Reproductive Medicine.

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Kennedy Fir Christmas Tree with Clear Lights

Amber Price

for the Local Children’s Hospital

Amber chose the local children’s hospital where her three-year-old was treated for meningitis as her charity.

For this project, Amber decided on a timeless red and green theme using a garland and sparkly Christmas baubles. The children’s hospital received a cheerful, whimsical tree that graced their sitting room window.

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Kennedy Fir Christmas Tree

Vanessa Brady

for Project BRAVO

It is Project BRAVO’s goal to improve the lives of economically-challenged residents of El Paso, Texas, with services that range from housing and community services to helping individuals earn their GEDs.

For her chosen organization, Vanessa’s theme revolved around the home. She used pinecones, berries, Christmas baubles, and house-shaped ornaments to decorate, and finished everything off with a rusted star tree topper for a wholesome and heartwarming tree.

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Alberta Spruce Evergreen

Kim Six

for the Mary Isaak Center of COTS

The Mary Isaak Center of COTS provides transitional housing and emergency shelter for children and their families. Kim was working closely with the people at COTS, and she knew they needed a tree for their center.

Kim used close to 300 silver and gold ornaments and floral picks, and accentuated the tree using a silver garland and a silver bow as the tree topper. Complete with bright lights, Kim brought a bit of Christmas to the Mary Isaak Center with her decorated tree.

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Asheville Slim Pine Christmas Tree

Amy Latta

for the H Family

Amy gifted her tree to the H Family, a new addition to their Bible study group. She wanted to give this family new holiday memories, and she achieved that with a lovely tree that suited the family’s style.

Gold, pink, and red was the theme used for the H Family tree, with classic Christmas ornaments accentuated by wooden word cutouts. It had a golden bow as a tree topper, creating a glamorous tree that any family would be proud to have.

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Kennedy Fir Christmas Tree

Roy and Ramona Vincent

for Big Cat Rescue

Roy and Ramona Vincent of Create With Joy believe in being a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves, and that is why they chose Florida-based Big Cat Rescue, a group that fights to end the abuse of captive big cats and save wild cats from extinction.

They used white lights, strings of pearls, and handpicked white and clear ornaments to create a Hope Tree for Big Cat Rescue. They completed the design with a lighted capiz shell Star of Bethlehem tree topper, symbolizing the light and hope that Jesus brings into the world.

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Alberta Spruce Evergreen

Mark Cutler

for the Child Success Foundation

Given the chance to decorate and donate a Christmas tree, Mark chose the Child Success Foundation to be his recipient. The foundation provides intensive assistance to middle income families with children who have autism. Their services range from community awareness and education, assessments, detection, and therapy interventions.

Mark decorated the tree with a white, gold, blue, and red garland, icicles, and star ornaments. He also used a star topper to complete the design.

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Sierra Slim Spruce Christmas Tree

Maggie Marton

for the Monroe County Humane Association

Maggie’s love for animals made her choose the Monroe Country Humane Association as the recipient of her tree. MCHA is an advocate of animal welfare that provides medical assistance, animal abuse awareness, and animal-related programs to Monroe County, IN.

MCHA got more than a Christmas tree thanks to Maggie’s choice of pet toys, plushies, and treats as ornaments, creating a tree that the animals could really sink their teeth into.

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Glitter Pine Christmas Tree

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