Senior citizens deserves love and attention from people around them, but unfortunately, there are many senior citizens that are isolated. This holiday, however, you can show care and love for a senior citizen through gift giving. Holiday shoppers who are in the mood to add one more gift on their list can give senior citizens a gift this Christmas through the Be a Santa to a Senior program. Managed by the Home Instead Senior Care, Be a Santa to a Senior aims to create a way for senior citizens to receive a gift that they want this Christmas.
How does it work?
Seniors are asked to write down their names and desired Christmas gift on an ornament that is placed on a tree. The Christmas trees will be placed in select stores and in the Home Instead Senior office. Those who want to give gifts to seniors can pick an ornament, purchase the gift, and deliver it to the senior care office.
In Edmond, Be a Santa to a Senior program starts next week and will last until until December 7. Trees will be placed at the Home Instead Senior Care office located at 3623 NW 36. The Thrifty Pharmacy stores located at 10904 N May Ave., Oklahoma City, and 230 S Santa Fe Ave., Edmond, will also display trees.