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General Contact Information
Located at the Mayer Area Activity Center
10051 Miami Street (behind the fire
station) Mayer, AZ
P O Box 883, Mayer, AZ 86333
Mary Yorgensen, Director
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Monday thru Friday (except holidays)
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATIONS TO MAMOW
As a not-for-profit organization, MAMOW is able to accept tax-deductible financial
support. Donations may be made at The Center, through PayPal or
by mail to: P O Box 883, Mayer, Az 86333.
You may use PayPal as a safe, quick and effective way to make your
donation whether or not you have an account with them, simply by using
your credit card as a "PayPal Guest". All transactions are secure and go
directly to Mayer Area Meals on Wheels.
Click the DONATE button now to go to PayPal.
Follow the simple instructions provided and enter the amount you wish to donate.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail from PayPal verifying the transaction.
ADDITIONAL WAYS TO HELP
Remember Mayer Area Meals on Wheels with a monetary donation in
your final wishes. Please consult your financial and/or legal advisor for
details and instructions on how to implement the process.
Without our dedicated volunteers MAMOW would not be able to function.
If you would like to become a volunteer, contact Mary Yorgensen.
MAYER AREA MEALS ON WHEELS
MAMOW operates as a not-for-profit organization whose mission it is to provide
nutritious meals both home-delivered and in our dining room, and transportation to
area residents to support quality of life in our community.
MAYER AREA MEALS ON WHEELS IN 2011
I gave out some numbers at the last Mayer Elders Club Membership meeting on
January 26th that are worth repeating. In 2011, our Meals on Wheels served 19,800
home delivered meals, 6,833 meals in the dining room, 6,372 breakfasts to the
Charter School, 6,564 lunches to the Charter School for a total of 39,569 meals
served. We’ve also made 1,032 trips in the van. This has been done with 4 cooks, 1
van driver, our welcoming hostesses in the dining room and our volunteer drivers,
and of course Virginia Tallent as Assistant Director and myself. In December we
served 663 meals in the dining room and NACOG will pay for 313; home delivered
meals were 1,585 and NACOG will pay for 526. This is why Roxanne Menzies ,
NACOG Case Manager, urges each of you to contribute as you can.
We’ve also taken a loss in 2011 because of equipment repair, some building
maintenance, office equipment and the fact that the Charter School’s enrollment
was not as great as the year before. Hopefully all our repairs have been made. With
the economy as it is, our fundraising/donations have not been as great either.
Mary Yorgensen, Director
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