Crawford County Commission on Aging Meals On Wheels received a $10,000 grant from Huntington National Bank in July 2023. This local bank cares about its community by helping a vital program that cares for older adults. “The Crawford County Commission On Aging’s Meals On Wheels program plays a crucial role in enriching the lives of older adults in our community,” said Nick Florian, Northern Market President of Huntington National Bank. “Through this grant, we aim to reinforce our dedication to the well-being of our seniors and provide support for this invaluable program that makes a significant impact on the lives of so many.”
To raise awareness and increase funding for the budget shortfalls for Meals On Wheels, a new fundraising campaign was created called “Hometown Heroes”. It asks for sponsorship of a day’s meals for $300. The day picked can be in honor of an anniversary, birthday, memorial, or favorite whatever… just pick a day. It doesn’t have to be individuals either. Sport teams, businesses, civic groups, churches, and clubs are all encouraged to all pitch in to reach the goal of $300 per day, $2,100 per week, or a whole month.
Donations will be shared in COA media about who donated and why they chose that day as their “Hometown Hero Day”. This is a great way to help older adults in the community stay independent and healthy. Please consider being a “Hometown Hero” for Crawford County Commission on Aging’s Meals On Wheels program.
Donations can be mailed to: Crawford County Commission On Aging, 308 Lawndale Street, Grayling, MI 49738 or paid by credit card by calling (989) 348-7123 or fill out the form below and donate online.
For more information on giving opportunities, please contact Director, Alice Snyder at (989) 348-7123.
Download Donation Form or you can donate online by filling out the following form…
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