Home Instead Senior Care says thanks

February 21, 2013

On behalf of the staff at Home Instead Senior Care, I would like to thank everyone who helped with this year’s very successful Be a Santa to a Senior program. With support from generous shoppers, and the businesses listed below, we were able to collect more than 6,000 gifts for local seniors who otherwise might have been overlooked this holiday season.


They include Acme Markets, Acorn Books, Boscov's, The Box Outlet, Cape Gazette, Cape Henlopen Senior Center, Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce, C F Schwartz, Chick's, City of Dove,; Delaware Electric Co-Op, Delaware Eye Care, Delmar Town Hall, Del One, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Domino's,  Dover Community Pharmacy, Dover Federal Credit Union, Dover Mall, Dover Public Library, Dr. Deakyne, Easter Seals, Excel Business Systems Inc., Faw Casson & Company, First State CPAs, Grotto Pizza - Rehoboth Beach, Halpern Eye Associates (all locations), Hometown Drugs, J. C. Penney, Kmart, Meals on Wheels- MMC, Nobles Pond, Ordway Group PM, Primerica, Rene Delyn, residents of Champion Club in Magnolia, Rite Aid, Rommel's Ace Home Center, Sayer's Jewelers, Staples, State Farm Insurance - Bob Simmons Office, Town of Camden, Town of Smyrna, Walmart - Camden, Walmart - Middletown, WSFS - Camden and Wyoming United Methodist Church.


We also would like to thank the many volunteers who shared their time to collect, wrap and deliver the gifts to Delaware seniors who continue to struggle during these tough economic times. We would like to send a special thank you to the students at St. John's Lutheran School for the great Christmas artwork decorating our gift bags for our seniors. Thanks to all those who helped us brighten the holidays for our local seniors and truly making a difference in our community.


Robert Ware

Home Instead Senior Care


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