Magnolia Manor celebrates mothers in a big way
Join United Methodists across South Georgia in honoring or remembering your Mother this Mother’s Day with a special contribution to Magnolia Manor. Magnolia Manor was founded on the promise that no one should be denied care because of their inability to pay. Fifty years later that promise remains, but we need your help. With eight locations across South Georgia, Magnolia Manor is sure to impact your community or loved ones in some way.
Lib Wilbanks is a resident at Magnolia Manor on the Coast in Richmond Hill. Lib and her husband knew of Magnolia Manor since its inception and have donated to the cause ever since. Now as a resident herself, she appreciates the peace of mind Magnolia Manor provides. Please consider a contribution that provides this peace of mind for our senior adults – they deserve it.
There are also other ways to support Magnolia Manor. Visit any of the three businesses listed below, mention Magnolia Manor, and a contribution will be made. Magnolia Manor is thankful to have the support of local churches, businesses, and individuals like you to make it a success.
Ms. Robyn’s Country Restaurant, Inc. in Moultrie
Take mom to this restaurant in Moultrie and a percentage of your bill will be donated to Magnolia Manor.
White Water in Columbus
Mention Magnolia Manor at the gate and enjoy all the fun that White Water in Columbus has to offer from May 11-18.
Sweet Frog in Columbus
After taking mom out for lunch, stop by Sweet Frog in Columbus for dessert. Mention Magnolia Manor the week of May 11-18 and a portion of your bill will support the Mother’s Day promise.
Magnolia Manor is a ministry of the United Methodist Church and serves older adults of all faiths throughout South Georgia. This not-for-profit Georgia Corporation was chartered in 1959, and it is recognized by the IRS as a charitable, 501(c)3 organization. Governed by a Board of Trustees, Magnolia Manor provides a loving Christian environment and a caring staff, ensuring the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of residents and their families. Services include a wide array of independent retirement living options, assisted living, skilled nursing care, rehabilitative therapy and specialized dementia care. Currently, 1,100 employees provide care for nearly 1,300 older adults on eight Magnolia Manor campuses across South Georgia. Visit www.magnoliamanor.com for more information.