Camp Primetime, which provides camping experiences for families with severely disabled children, has been chipping Christmas trees in the valley for more than 20 years, but this is the last weekend they'll be out collecting donations.

Volunteers told us this last weekend is really when they see the charitable donations flood in.

“We're hoping tomorrow and today will be better days for us we'd like to make around $3,000 today and $4,000 tomorrow,” volunteer Ralph Berthon told KNDO.

Volunteers will be collecting trees for one more day tomorrow from 8 to 5.

You can bring your tree to Washington Tractor on Fruitvale Boulevard or Colonial Lawn and Garden on West Washington Avenue.

Volunteers told us they typically make anywhere from $12,000 to $15,000 each year from donations.