The England international arrived at the Belvidere Road Family Centre in Toxteth as part of the Club's week-long crusade to spread Christmas cheer to those who deserve it most.
The centre, which is managed in partnership by The Whitechapel Centre and Shap, provides vital services for homeless families needing emergency housing - a scenario which is thrust most poignantly into the spotlight at this time of year.
As well as Baines' visit, there was also a Blue Crimbo street party, with music from Jennifer Jewel, giveaways and Blue Santa in attendance.
The left-back post for photos with kids before handing out dozens of gifts.
Baines also brought his own children to the event. "I wanted them to see that it's not all about running round a football pitch," he explained. "We know we are privileged to play football for a living and it's important they know that too."
Sheila Smith, from the centre, said: "We are here to provide shelter and safety for families who need it most. It is something which is particularly important at this time of year. Visits like this help to put a smile on the kids' faces and that's important as some of them have had traumatic experiences so far in their lives."
As well as Baines' visit, Everton also donated £500 of toys to ensure all the children in residence at the centre have something to enjoy on Christmas Day.