On Wednesday Vince Falcione and Rosalind Martin, with Procter and Gamble, presented a check for $1,000 to Megan's House.
The money presented will go toward paying for respite care services to families, as the cost to operate Megan's House is $100 per day.
Megan's House is a respite home for children up to the age of 17 who have developed disabilities, autism, or are medically fragile.
Nicki Wilson, Director of Respite & Family Support Services says, "this donation makes me feel like Procter & Gamble truly understands the needs of the families they serve."Megan's House services are provided in three locations: Valdosta, Albany, and Waycross.