Simple and Effective Ways to Support Meals on Wheels

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Meals on Wheels

Based in Niwot, Colorado, Atlantic Publishers Group is a subscription service that partners with publishers to deliver a wide array of popular magazines to customers, including Town & Country, Entrepreneur, National Geographic, and Newsweek. The team at Atlantic Publishers Group (APG) also supports the work of several nonprofit groups, including Meals on Wheels.

A charitable program, Meals on Wheels is designed to meet the nourishment needs of seniors in communities across the United States. Individuals who are interested in contributing to Meals on Wheels can do so in the following simple ways:

Make a monetary gift. Donations are always appreciated by Meals on Wheels. Donors can make one-time contributions, give on a monthly basis, or make a special donation in honor of a loved one via the Meals on Wheels website.

Volunteer. The program relies on its volunteers to prepare, deliver, and serve food. Volunteers also work Meals on Wheels events and perform safety checks on seniors.

Campaign on social media. Show support and garner interest in Meals on Wheels by posting on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

A Look at a Few of National Geographic’s Most Popular Covers

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Atlantic Publishers Group, located in Niwot, Colorado, is a magazine subscription service that provides readers with a broad array of titles to choose from. The Colorado subscription specialist provides niche magazines, such as Backpacker Magazine and Bride, as well as nationally renowned titles, like National Geographic and Forbes. More Atlantic Publishers Group (APG) information can be found at

Ever since the release of its first issue in 1888, National Geographic magazine has provided readers with insight into some of the world’s least known cultures and diverse natural environments. The magazine is also known for capturing the attention of individual’s with a variety of visually arresting covers. National Geographic featured a plain brown cover on its inaugural issue, while colored photos did not appear on the front of each issue until 1959.

Many National Geographic covers feature animals, though they are generally more exotic than companion animals, like dogs. That said, six dogs have taken over the magazine’s cover, with the March 2008 issue selling more than any other. The issue carried a handsome picture of Betsy, a border collie, to go along with an article entitled Animal Minds. The widely read article analyzed the cognitive abilities of earth’s most intelligent animals including dogs, dolphins, and orangutans.

Humans from all over the globe are an equally big focus of the National Geographic team. Perhaps no human face has had as big an impact as that of the 12 year old Afghan refugee photographed by Steve McCurry, which made its way onto the magazine’s June 1985 cover. The girl’s beautiful yet haunting green eyes perfectly accompanied a harrowing story about the war torn nation. Other popular covers include the great redwoods pictured on the October 2009 issue for The Tallest Trees article and the iconic image of Koko the gorilla operating a camera, used for the October 1978 cover story, Conversations with a Gorilla.

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver Welcomes Four Families


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Habitat for Humanity

Based out of Niwot, Colorado, Atlantic Publishers Group, also known as APG, is a magazine subscription service that offers a wide range of publications. Dedicated to giving back, particularly in its Colorado community, Atlantic Publishers Group supports several local charities including Habitat for Humanity.

Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver began in 1979 and is a nonprofit where people build homes so that families with low incomes can have no-profit mortgages and a roof over their head. The organization partners with community members and these low-income families, whose members invest hundreds of hours of their own labor into building the home. It is one of the largest affiliates in the country, and in 2016 it celebrated construction of its 600th home.

On February 4, 2017, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver invited community members to attend the multi-home dedication ceremony of four partner families. People gathered at 2664 and 2668 Decatur Street in Denver to tour the homes, to welcome the four families into the neighborhood, and to watch them cut the ribbon on their new Habitat homes.

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