With the support of people like you we can make sure that our seniors are cared for and not forgotten.
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Most of our clients are senior citizens living below the poverty line on fixed incomes. Your tax-deductible donation of any size is appreciated and will truly make a difference.
$35 provides 1 week of meals
$70 provides 2 weeks of meals
$140 provides 1 month of meals
We’ve set up a PayPal account that makes it faster and easier than ever to donate. The PayPal system ensures the safety of your donation and private information. You do not need to open a PayPal account to use your credit card. Your credit card information will not be shared with us nor will Pasadena Meals on Wheels sell or share your personal information with anyone.
If you prefer to mail in your gift, please make your check payable to Pasadena Meals on Wheels, Inc. and send it to our office at:
Pasadena Meals on Wheels, Inc.
54 N. Oakland Avenue Pasadena, CA 91101
To make a donation in honor or in memory of someone or in celebration of a special occasion, provide the person’s name and address and we will notify him, her or the family of your thoughtfulness. Click here to use a downloadable form. We will not mention the dollar amount unless you instruct us to.
We are a registered charity with Thrivent Choice Program, The United Way, American Express Foundation, Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign, Edison International Employee Contributions Campaign, Fidelity Charitable Gift4Giving Program and Vanguard Charitable.
If you prefer to make your donation through any of these organizations, we thank you!
Other ways to give support:
Corporate Matching Gift Programs
Ask your employer to make Pasadena Meals on Wheels, Inc. your beneficiary of choice, it will automatically double your donation!
Estate planning through a living will or trust will allow you to share your values beyond your lifespan. Please consider providing for the future of Pasadena Meals on Wheels by remembering us in your estate planning. A bequest can be made for either a specific amount or a percentage of your estate. Always seek advice from your attorney or accountant when establishing a planned gift.