Since 2006, we’ve operated our Christmas tree lot on the South Hill of Spokane. For each tree we sell, $2 is donated to the Union Gospel Mission. During that time, we’ve donated approximately $10,000.
The Union Gospel Mission is a Christian non-profit organization passionate about breaking the cycle of homelessness, abuse, and addiction in the Inland Northwest. By partnering with the community, UGM is able to offer food, clothing, and shelter to homeless men, women, and children, plus the opportunity through recovery programs to get back on their feet and become contributing members of society. Learn more about UGM at www.uniongospelmission.org.
You can find us at the center of the south hill, located on 29th Ave and just west of Southeast Blvd.
Where do you get your Christmas trees from?
We have two primary sources for our Christmas trees. Our plantation (farm) grown trees come from a sustainable, family-owned farm in Estacada, Oregon located in Clackamas County. These beautiful Christmas trees have a full and consistent look. We sell Noble, Grand, and Nordman Fir Plantation trees. Our farm grown trees range from 2ft -10ft
We also sell natural looking Christmas trees cut from the wild on private ranch land in the mountains of western Montana. These trees are narrower and have more open spaces in between branches. Our wild cut trees have a unique appeal and are the 1st choice for many of our customers. One benefit of our wild cut trees is they are much lighter and easier to set up then the farm-raised trees. Our wild cut trees range in height from 5ft-20ft. We sell Alpine Fir, Grand Fir, and Douglass Fir wild cut trees.