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Loyola University Maryland students volunteer to design and create birthday cards for clients.
The Herbert Bearman Foundation graciously donated the funds for our new walk-in freezer!
A group of staff members from Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore helped to package items in our kitchen.
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It may have been a cool and rainy evening, but that did not stop over 425 guests from attending the 21st Annual Culinary Extravaganza on April 29th at the beautiful Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley. This year's theme, Cirque de la Cuisine, was enjoyed by the chefs, sponsors and guests from the moment they arrived at the venue and were greated by stilt walkers, fire jugglers and a candid photobooth with incredible circus props.Continue Reading...
Last week we had 20 students from The Bryn Mawr School 6th grade class visit our home office. They helped in the kitchen to pan 2,600 pieces of fish, prepare 288 cups of applesauce, complete 1,000 condiment packets and package 270 individual bags of bread. The girls also created 34 birthday cards for our clients. Many thanks go out to the girls, teachers and supervision staff!
June 17-18 & 24-25, July 15-16, 22-23 & 29-30 and August 5-6 & 19-20 6:00pm – 9pm
Friday, July 12, 2013 6:30 - 10:30pmGramercy Mansion
515 South Haven Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224 | 410.558.0827 | 410.558.1321 fax
Crispy Baked Chicken BreastSweet Tater PuffsCapri VegetablesFresh Fruit Whole Wheat Bread, Marg 1% MilkApple Juice
Beef Barley SoupSalisbury Steak w/Onion GravyMashed Sweet PotatoesMinted PeasFresh PearDinner Roll Margarine Cranberry Juice
Posted on June 10, 2013 from the desk of Barbara Levin, Client Services Director
One of the most exciting things going on at Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland these days is our new targeted case management program. Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland clients have so many needs beyond nutrition. I can't tell you how many times our client services staff has received a call or a note from a volunteer telling us about a serious problem they discovered while delivering meals. We've learned of clients being abused or exploited. We've discovered clients living in homes without electricity or heat. We've found clients who can’t afford life sustaining medicines and medical care. Some of the saddest situations we encounter are those that involve seriously depressed clients confiding that they are seriously considering taking their own lives.
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