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Memory loss is sad. Page Robbins Adult Day Center is not. This is a happy place. A place where those with memory loss are engaged and treasured. Where clients paint, draw, sing, dance, learn, and experience. Where caregivers find refuge and a support system. And where the community discovers resources and gets questions answered. When you give to Page Robbins, you give joy. Because of your generosity, our clients and their caregivers have good, full days. There is much joy within these walls. You make it happen. Give joy today!

Ways to Give

Online – Make a secure online donation with your credit card. Just click the pink “Donate Online” button up there! Donations can be made in honor or memory of a person or event.

Check – Please send and make checks payable to the following: Page Robbins Adult Day Center, 1961 South Houston Levee Road, Collierville, TN 38017. Donations can be made in honor or memory of a person or event. Just be sure to include that information with your check!

Kroger Plus Card – Register your Kroger Plus Card online, and Kroger will make a contribution to us based on your spending. Here’s how to instructions.

Amazon Smile – When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your designated charity. Here’s how to instructions.

Company Gift Matching – Check to see if your employer has a gift matching program, and let us know if we can help you with any paperwork.

United Way or CFC – We are not a United Way Agency, but you may designated Page Robbins as a donation recipient.

Appreciated Stock or 401K Distribution – Call Herbie Krisle at 901.854.1200 to make those arrangements.

Will or Life Insurance Policy – We hope these gifts don’t come for a LONG time!

Wish List – We always need things like paper towels and toilet paper. See our wish list here.

Volunteer – Give your time! Learn more here.

2016 in Review

Here’s a quick glimpse into how your 2016 gifts have been used. Thank you for your generosity! Your gifts have helped those with memory loss, their caregivers, and the community.