Homebound Meals, Inc. needs your help to continue the delivery of hot nutritional meals in Fort Wayne, Indiana. HBM does not receive funding from any governmental agency. HBM relies on the generosity of the community to fund the program. Contributions are always welcome and essential to sustain the program.
There has been a dramatic rise in the need to provide subsidized meals for low income clients who are unable to pay the full cost of the meals.
HOW TO DONATE
Donate any amount you want through PayPal
Checks can be sent to:
Homebound Meals, Inc.
611 West Berry Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Please make check payable to Homebound Meals, Inc. We are able to accept credit cards. If you would like to contribute securities, or leave a legacy, please call the office at 260-422-3296.
Is Homebound Meals a nonprofit organization?
HBM has been a nonprofit 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code since February 1972.
Are donations to Homebound Meals tax-deductible?
The IRS considers donations of cash and securities as charitable deductions for income tax purposes as long as you do not receive anything of financial value from HBM. You will receive a letter of appreciation to be used as a tax deduction receipt.
How are the donations used?
All funds donated to HBM stay in Fort Wayne. We pride ourselves on being fiscally responsible and keeping our costs as low as possible. 100% of your donation goes to this single program.
Your donation will help us continue Homebound Meals’ mission of delivering meals to its clients. We are not a government agency. We are 100% community funded through donations and grants.
You can make a donation as a memorial for a loved one, a HBM client, or a HBM volunteer driver to celebrate the life of that person. You can commemorate a life event by making a donation for an anniversary, holiday, or a birthday. You can give thanks for the HBM service to a family member or friend. You can honor the service of one of our faithful volunteer drivers. Finally, a donation can be made recognizing a child’s birthday or significant holiday. This helps the child learn the important lesson of giving back to the community.
Letters will be sent to all donors as well as the person or family representative honored by the contribution.