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Hope Holiday Gift Card - 10-27-2014

Give back to the community when you send your holiday wishes. Through your donation to the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana, you are helping provide food for hungry children, seniors and families this holiday season.

Just send us your contribution, include a list of the names and addresses you would like to honor. We will send a personalized holiday donation card with your name, your company’s name or a special message to the recipient. Your family and friends will see you or your company as a community partner when they receive a holiday donation card.

The “Hope” Holiday card lets the recipient know that a gift has been made in their honor to the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana to help a family in need.

Join our spirit of giving because giving never goes out of season!

How does it work? 

1. Send us your contribution (Minimum $15 donation per card; Price includes shipping and handling) 

2. Email, mail, or fax a list of those you would like to honor by December 15th and we will do all of the work for you.

3. The Christmas card will be personalized with your name and/or your company’s name. The envelope will be addressed, the stamp affixed and then mailed in time for the holiday season.

Please be sure to send in your contributions and lists by Monday, December 15th in order for us to have them mailed on time to your families and friends.

You may pay by check and/or cash, or by credit card via calling in your card number.

Please mail to: Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana
                             2307 Texas Avenue
                             Shreveport, LA  71103
  
Fax to #318-675-2440 and/or send email to adminassist@foodbanknla.org or
 Call 318-675-2400 ext 100 for more information.

Remember your family and friends in a very meaningful way---
by helping the food insecure families and children of Northwest Louisiana.

Relax and enjoy the holiday season knowing your gifts will touch

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