KYSSMAS for Kids

94.9 KYSS FM is teaming up with the Missoula community again to present KYSSMAS FOR KIDS, a donation event to raise money for local kids in need, giving presents to those children who would otherwise go without.

This year, the event happens on Friday, December 3, 2021

This is an all-day live event and 100% of proceeds go to local children.

New this year, we’ll be featuring a Christmas Giving Tree in the lobby of Western Montana Lighting on Reserve St in Missoula. Stop in and make a donation in the days
leading up to the live event.

Over the past two decades, we’ve raised hundreds of thousands of dollars and have allowed several hundred kids to participate every year. Local groups that we’ve partnered with in the past include the Office of Public Assistance, St. Pat’s Mental Health Center, the YWCA, the Sanders County Coalition, LIGHT (Low Income Group for Human Treatment), AWARE, the CDC, Seeley Lake School, Big Sky High School,
Hellgate High School, and Sentinel High School.

For more information, please contact kyssmas@kyssfm.com or call (406) 728-9300

If you’d like to make a cash donation to KYSSMAS for Kids, visit the Missoula United Way and click DONATE—make sure to note that your donation is for the KYSSMAS for Kids Fund and be sure to include your contact information so that we can thank you for your generous gift.

Visit the United Way and Click DONATE to Make an Online Donation

100% of proceeds from the event go to local children, who will receive a gift card to spend at a private shopping event near Christmas Day.

KYSSMAS for Kids 2019 Full Auction Listings
Listed here are all the items that will be up for auction during this year's KYSSMAS for Kids and when they'll be available for bids. 100% of proceeds will go to local children in need, providing them with a gift card for a private shopping event near Christmas Day.
KYSSMAS For Kids Total
In previous years we have seen totals near $20,000 or even $25,000 on a good year, so for us to reach this total is 100% about our community making kids a priority.

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