As November begins to end and Christmas is right around the corner, a lot of families will be thinking of where they might be able to find a Christmas tree.

Luckily, there's a spot where you can pick up a Christmas tree where you know your money contributes to the giving season.

The Kinsmen Christmas Tree Sale is ongoing right now in the parking lot of Estevan's Canadian Tire.

One of the more difficult parts to setting up the sale was actually getting a hold of the trees.

Kinsmen member Jesse Berriault, who has been setting up the tree sale for five years, describes the currently ongoing shortage of Christmas trees.

"Trees are harder to find nowadays," said Berriault, "I think we got about 220 trees in this year. My supplier says that trees are pretty hard to find this year."

Despite some of the struggle getting the trees in, Berriault says they've got a good selection so far.

"We've got very few Frasier firs, which I prefer, they smell better and look a little nicer," said Berriault, "Then the rest of them are all Balsams which are still a really good tree."

The trees cost $15/ foot, and all of the proceeds that go to the Kinsmen's Club will eventually move into community projects.

Though that money will also be going to another place soon.

This Saturday, $10 from every tree will be going towards Warm Welcome Kitchen, a community supper program.

The sale is open from 5:30 to 9 PM from Monday to Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM on Saturday, and 12 - 3 PM on Sunday.