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Their funds have provided MOWCM with a new van and a new meal distribution site in Laurel, MD.
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Cigna Health employees spent time in our kitchen during their "Month of Service!" Volunteer with your workplace, click here.
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Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland's supporters at T. Rowe Price put togethera beautiful piece of brand storytelling for their workplace giving effort.
Here is the result, a heartwarming straight-forward tale of our mission to end senior hunger. Click on photo below.
Find out what is happening in the Meals on Wheels of Central MarylandVolunteer Community by downloading the 2015 Fall Volunteer Newsletter:Click here
Meals on Wheels is in urgent need of volunteers in the following areas:LaurelUpton/Bolton Hill (21217)Loch Raven (21239)Randallstown (21133)DundalkIf you or someone you know is interested in volunteering, please sign up by clicking hereor contact Volunteer Services at:443 573-0925
Meals on Wheels is excited to announce the opening of a new meal delivery distribution site in Laurel! Laurel TV recognized Meals on Wheels and our new distribution site as part of their Community Spotlight.
Annual Culinary ExtravaganzaMonday, May 23rd, 2016
South Carroll Swim ClubSunday, June 19th, 2016
515 South Haven Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224 | 410.558.0827 | 410.558.1321 fax
w/Old Bay Cream Sauce
Black Eyed Peas
Pineapple Juice & 1% Milk
Sliced Roast Beef
Carrot Raisin Salad
Kaiser Roll, Mayo
Fortified Orange Juice
Baked Chicken w/Old Bay Cream Sauce
Stir Fry Vegetables
Wheat Dinner Roll w/Marg
Tossed Salad w/Dressing
Tuscan White Bean Salad
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Posted on Aug. 6, 2015 by Barb Levin, Client Services Director
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is committed to doing everything possible to ensure our clients have the food they need to thrive. That goes well beyond just delivering meals. Many of the seniors and disabled adults we serve struggle to afford food. Some try to stretch the lunch and dinner we bring them 5 days a week, to cover breakfast and weekend meals too. Others redirect money needed for utilities or medicine to pay for food, taking half the medicines their doctors prescribe or living in apartments that are way too hot or way too cold for comfort. Many buy the cheapest foods they can get to fill up on – even if those foods lack nutritional value.
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