Do you have a Gram? Well, we do! We have a lot of them! We have a lot of Grams looking for you!
What is Adopt a Gram, you ask? Well, it is a new program designed by our little family for the local Senior Citizens in the town of Chelsea. We are asking you and or your family to Adopt a Grandma or Grandpa!
Many of our local Seniors do not have anyone to talk with, some of them don’t even have family. With the new Adopt a Gram program you and your family have an opportunity to Adopt them!
Here is how the program works: We have a select group of Gram’s that need some extra love. You choose your Gram and make them yours! When you have selected a Gram he or she become a member of your family! You send them letters, pictures, and maybe even gifts. If your Gram has a need come up, you are contacted first with the opportunity to help. You will be given fun info about them such as favorite animal, color, or hobby.
To keep our Grams safe, all correspondence goes through Eleos. Any letters, gifts, or helps will be hand delivered by us but they will know who the gift is from. Likewise, any communication from your Gram will be done through us and we will make sure it is delivered to you! Your Gram will also be writing you!
So, if you are looking for a way to love on people but don’t know how to help, here is a way! Especially families with little children, this is a fantastic opportunity for your kiddos to be the hands and feet of Jesus. Just think of all the wonderful things they can experience when they have a Gram as a pen pal. If you are a school teacher or Sunday school teacher-- consider Adopting a Gram for your classroom?
If you or someone you know would like to be one of the Grams on our list, please contact us at the number below. If you would like more information or are ready to Adopt a Gram, please contact us today! They’re waiting on you!
Adopt a Gram (eleos outreach) 918-789-3408 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready to adopt, friends? Today is the day.
“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’
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