Meals on Wheels seeks donations

Searching for the perfect gift for that hard-to-please person on your Christmas list?
Make a donation to Meals on Wheels of Coweta, Inc. in honor of someone. No shopping or wrapping required. This special person will receive a festive Christmas card with a “gift certificate” enclosed that shows that you not only care about them but that you also care about older adults who depend on home-delivered meals. You don’t have to worry about color or size because our “gift certificate” works for everyone.
And this is a gift that keeps giving – your donation is tax deductible so you will receive an acknowledgement for tax purposes.
Mail your donation to Meals on Wheels of Coweta, Inc., P.O. Box 73437, Newnan, Ga., 30271 so that we receive it by December 15. Please be sure to include the name and address of the gift recipient. We will mail the card and “gift certificate” in time to be received before Christmas. If your donation is sent to honor the memory of a deceased friend or loved one, please be sure to indicate that your donation is “in memory of” and remember to furnish the name and address of the person you want to receive notice of your donation.
Thank you for helping Meals on Wheels of Coweta make Christmas merry for older persons in need in our community. Call 678-423-1700 for additional information.

Lizabeth Andrew, President, Meals on Wheels of Coweta


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