As the need continues to grow and FBS serves more and more seniors in Fort Bend and Waller Counties, community support and funding is critical. There are many ways you can contribute today:
Become a monthly donor, give online, by mail, over the phone, or use your Donor Advised Fund. Ask your payroll department about payroll deduction options and matching programs.
Have an old vehicle you aren’t sure what do to with? Donate your car, truck, boat, or other vehicle to Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels for an easy and impactful way to give. We will have it hauled away for at no cost to you and help with the paperwork! Most vehicle donations are tax-deductible.
WE ACCEPT ALL TYPES OF VEHICLES
Shop our AmazonSmile Wish Lists for donation items needed for different programs:
- Senior Congregate Centers supplies and activities
- AniMeals (pet food and treats) for Homebound Seniors companion animals
- New homebound client Welcome Bags
- Delivery Van maintenance
You can also hold a Donation Drive. We are limited on the types of items and quantities we can accept due to storage space restraints, please contact us for latest needs.
GIFT MATCHING PROGRAMS
A giving program that is set up by companies and corporations as an employee benefit. If your employer participates, after you donate to Fort Bend Seniors, you can submit a matching request to your employer and the company will make an additional donation to us!
Talk to your human resource department to make your donation go even farther.
If you own stocks or other investment assets, there may be tax advantages to donating them to charity. To invest in local seniors through the gift of stock ask your financial advisor to contact Fort Bend Seniors at 281-633-7049.
We are always seeking to partner with businesses for program and event sponsorships and volunteer opportunities.
Thank you for providing much-needed funding for our seniors. Your donations provide a hot meal, wellness check, and friendly visit to a senior in your local communities. Because of you, they are able to have improved nutrition, reduced isolation, and age with dignity in Fort Bend and Waller Counties.