‘Be a Santa’ provides gifts, companionship to seniors
Home Instead Senior Care, Hy-Vee offering annual Christmas program
Each year, Home Instead Senior Care offices across the United States spread Christmas cheer to lonely or financially-challenged seniors through the “Be a Santa to a Senior” program.
Since its inception in 2006, the program has attracted more than 60,000 volunteers who have distributed 1.2 million gifts to more than 700,000 deserving seniors. The local Home Instead Senior Care office is continuing the program this year in partnership with the Newton Hy-Vee store.
“Seniors faced with medical bills and the high cost of living can find they have little left at the end of the year,” said Jonna Wisnieski, owner of the Home Instead Senior Care office serving Jasper county. “With the community’s help, this program allows us to bring joy to a senior’s life by giving them a Christmas gift with a smile and a hug. It has been very meaningful to the seniors who have received gifts in the past.”
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