Random Acts of Sharing

DFMOW is blessed to operate in a community where sharing is a way of life. During Subaru’s Share the Love Event, which runs November 19, 2020 through January 4, 2021, everyone is invited to Share the Love with our homebound neighbors during what may otherwise be a lonely time of year for them.

Again this year several organizations and individuals got into the spirit of sharing in so many inspiring ways…

Dunkirk’s School 7 teachers Mrs. Rodriguez and Ms. Lowe “Shared the Love” AND kept these talented Kindergarten crafters busy creating dozens of handmade ornaments for meal recipients’ trees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Emily VanDette along with daughter Ellie and family warmed the hearts of meal recipients on their route by creating personalized gift bags for each one. Hand-crafted hot chocolate spoons, heating pads and pocket shawls included!

 

 

 

Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation shared HUNDREDS of SOCKS from those collected during their first annual Socktober event. Besides warming hearts, those socks will warm the feet of area seniors for years to come!!!

 

 

 

Northern Chautauqua Quilting Companions stitched over 200 beautiful placemats to brighten the tables of DFMOW meal recipients throughout the holiday season.

 

Individual Donations:

Dunkirk Fredonia Meals on Wheels is a recognized 501(c)3 and all donations are tax deductible up to the full extent of the law.  In addition to an annual gift, you can donate in honor of someone, to commemorate a special event or in memory of a deceased love one.  Please consider making a donation at this time.

Please select the type of donation you would like to make from the list below.

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If you would like to make a donation by check, you may mail it or deliver in person to:
Dunkirk-Fredonia Meals on Wheels
196 Newton Street, Suite 5
Fredonia, NY 14063

DFMOW also receives support from the United Way of Northern Chautauqua County, Chautauqua County Office for the Aging, local foundations and community organizations and the Emergency Food and Shelter Program.