Local seniors helped through Home Instead Santa program

On behalf of the staff at Home Instead Senior Care, we would like to thank everyone who helped with this year’s very successful “Be A Santa To A Senior” program. Support came from our community of generous shoppers, Home Instead Staff, Caregivers, Social Services Departments in eight counties, Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging, Senior Visitor Program, Meadow Run Apts., Mill Park Terrace Apts., S.E.R.V.E., Geico, Mary Washington Healthcare, Health South, SRMC, Wilburn Gardens, The Crossing, Greenfields, Chancellor’s Village, REMAX, Domino’s Pizza, Poets Walk, Chick-Fil-A, Powell Wellness Center, TJ Maxx, Belk, Warrenton United Methodist Church (hand-made blankets), St. Luke’s Episcopal School and Epiphany Catholic School (Christmas Cards), Newcomers and Friends.

A special thanks to Tom Boyd and Taft Construction, Inc. for donating the space needed to store the presents before delivery.

We were able to collect 3,963 gifts for local seniors who otherwise might have been overlooked this holiday season.

We would also like to thank the volunteers who shared their time to collect, sort and deliver the gifts to 1, 984 seniors, many of whom struggle to make ends meet.

Thanks to ALL those who helped us brighten the holidays for our local seniors and truly making a difference in our community.

Deborah Franks, Director of Operations

Gina Mullins, Community Liaison

Roberta & Karl Karch, Franchise Owners – Culpeper/Fredericksburg Offices