We Nourish And Enrich The Lives Of Tampa Seniors And Homebound By Providing Hot Meals Delivered Daily By A Caring Volunteer We Rely On The Community For Support And Do Not Accept Government Funding
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Imagine you have a family member who is homebound, struggling, and isnt eating well. Youre worried about them but, due to where you live or your own schedule, you cant provide them with the healthy meals that you know they need.
Imagine that person is you. Imagine, because of age, disabilities, or health problems, you cant stand long enough to cook a meal. Imagine that youre unable to just hop in a car to go to the grocery store or to go out to eat. Perhaps walking is a struggle. Youre hungry. You feel isolated and alone. Where can you turn for help?
The answer is Meals On Wheels of Tampa.
Delivering So Much More Than A Meal
There are many circumstances that can make shopping or preparing food difficult for older adults. Thats where Meals on Wheels steps in, offering relief to older adults and caregivers by delivering reliable, nutritious meals on a weekly basis. Our friendly drivers bring satisfying, well-balanced meals directly to the homes of older adults.
Types Of Senior Food Programs
There are many different types of senior food programs. Here are some of the most common:
- The Commodity Supplemental Food Program is a federal program. It provides monthly food boxes to people 60 years and older. Learn if you are eligible and how to apply for CSFP.
- Senior food box programs are monthly food boxers from local food banks. They include juice, cereal, canned foods, and refrigerated cheese. Some food banks also offer recipes and cooking or nutrition classes.
- Senior food pantries let you shop for free groceries. Also, many food banks and food pantries have special hours for seniors.
- Home food delivery is available from food banks, food pantries, or your local Meals on Wheels program. You may need to meet specific income or lifestyle requirements to qualify.
- Senior farmer’s markets help you buy fruits and vegetables from local farmer’s markets. These programs may host a farmer’s market or give out vouchers.
- Senior mobile pantries bring food to senior centers or other locations in your community.
- SNAP provides extra money each month to buy groceries at your favorite stores. We’re happy to help you with your SNAP application.
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Eligibility & Program Details
Our program accepts King County, WA residents aged 60 or more, who have difficulty shopping or cooking.
We have a suggested donation of $6 per meal. For those under 60, a private pay option is available at the cost of $8.50 per meal.
- Order 7-14 meals per week.
- Meals are delivered once per week by a friendly driver.
- Meals arrive frozen and packaged in trays to be heated in a microwave or conventional oven.
Much More Than A Meal
HOME SAFETY PROGRAM
To go beyond just a meal, we also offer services through our Home Safety Program, designed to help support independent living by providing simple, minor home repairs.
FEED OUR FUTURE
There are many students in Tulsa who leave school on Friday, not knowing where their next meal will come from. The Feed Our Future program is ensuring that no student goes hungry.
Pets are important to seniors. The Pets Assisting Wellness in Seniors program supports companionship animals of our homebound recipients.
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Matching Gifts From Your Employer
As you plan for your contributions, you may be eligible for a matching contribution from your employers matching gift program. Its an easy way to multiply your support for Nourish Meals on Wheels. Were happy to provide the receipts and documents youll need to confirm your gift to receive the match.
Sign Up For Monthly Giving Using Our Secure Website
Your gift will be charged each month to your credit card account and will appear on your monthly statement, saving processing time and creating a sustainable future for Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
You can increase, decrease or suspend your gift at any time by contacting our Development Office at 443-573-0930.
All financial contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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Workplace & Employee Giving
Workplace giving is an easy and affordable way to support Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland. Many employers will match your charitable contribution. Check with your human resources office today to see if your charitable donation can be matched by your employer.
Mail your completed matching gift form to: Meals on Wheels Central Maryland, Inc.Attn: Development Officeor e-mail to:
Legacy Gifts And Bequests:
Charitable bequests provide much needed funds to operate the Meals on Wheels by ACCs programs and services. You would not need to rewrite your will or living trust if you decide to make a charitable bequest to Meals on Wheels ACC. You could simply add an amendment, or codicil, to your will or living trust.
Here is some example language you can have your attorney review:I give, devise, and bequeath the sum of $_____ or ___% of my estate to Meals on Wheels by ACC, tax identification number 30-0610870, located at 7375 Park City Drive, Sacramento, CA, 95831.
Your bequest is entirely under your control during life and becomes irrevocable only at death. Please consider making an everlasting commitment to the seniors in our community and include Meals on Wheels by ACC in your will or living trust today.
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Meals On Wheels Rowan Honors Volunteers At Luncheon
ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. – Meals on Wheels Rowan celebrated their dedicated volunteers at the Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon on Wednesday, December 7th at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Salisbury. Volunteers, team coordinators, board members, and staff enjoyed lunch provided by Debbie Suggs Catering, followed by volunteer recognitions.
Over 150 volunteer coordinators, team members, awardees, past Outstanding Volunteer winners, and volunteers with greater than 20 years of service were in attendance.
Board President, Tom Robinson, made the opening remarks, thanking volunteers for their service and highlighting the accomplishments of the year.
Former Board President Connie Basinger installed the newly elected Directors and Officers. The board welcomed two new members Michael Board and Pastor Glenn Weatherby. Current Board members also installed were Reverend Rickey Johnson and Anne Little for continuing terms. Kevin Pruitt, Mark Doby, Rob Miller, and Tracy Smith were installed as Officers.
Sandy Combs, Program Director, continued the program with Volunteer Recognitions. Combs recognized all team members and team coordinators in attendance as well as volunteers with 20+ years of service. Combs stated Meals on Wheels would not exist without our volunteers. Volunteers cover 30 routes, 5 days a week for 250 days each year, and it would take over 15,000 staff hours to just deliver meals.
The following were recognized as the 2022 Outstanding Volunteers: