Community members can spread holiday cheer and support their neighbors in need by participating in FeedMore Foundation of WNY’s “WreathMore to FeedMore WNY” holiday wreath and centerpiece sale in partnership with Lavocat’s Family Greenhouse and Nursery.
A portion of all sales will benefit FeedMore Foundation of WNY’s Meals on Wheels program, which provides nutritious food and friendship to Western New York’s aging community members.
The fundraiser will accept orders until Tuesday, Nov. 26. Orders may be placed online at www.mealsonwheelswny.org. Paper forms may also be downloaded from the website and returned to FeedMore Foundation of WNY, 100 James E. Casey Drive, Buffalo, NY 14206. Orders will be available for pickup Dec. 6-7 at select locations in Buffalo, Clarence and Orchard Park.
Fundraiser participants can place orders for beautiful, high-quality wreaths – ranging from 14 to 34 inches and including plain and decorated options. Also available are specialty candy cane and square wreaths as well as centerpieces.
“Our WreathMore to FeedMore WNY fundraiser is a fun, festive and easy way for community members to help support the critical work of our Meals on Wheels program,” said Lisa Woodring, chief development officer for FeedMore Foundation of WNY. “Not only does this fundraiser allow community members to take home a stunning holiday decoration, but it helps ensure our homebound and aging community members have nutritious meals to eat.”
For additional information or to request an order form by phone, call FeedMore Foundation of WNY Special Events Director Cassandra Barrett at 716-852-1305, ext. 3082.
FeedMore WNY offers dignity, hope and a brighter future by providing nutritious food, friendship and skills training to its Western New York neighbors in need. Through its Food Bank Distribution Center and partner hunger-relief agencies, as well as its Meals on Wheels and other targeted feeding programs, FeedMore WNY alleviates hunger and assists community members of all ages throughout Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara counties. More information can be found at www.feedmorewny.org.