Fresh Meals, Better Health, Economic Stability
Delivered with Care
When you combine good healthcare with proper nutrition, personal interaction, and shared communications, seniors are happier, healthier, and better able to manage their unique health needs.
- In 2014, 10.2 million older Americans faced the threat of hunger. Unsure whether their food will last through the month, many homebound seniors have to choose between purchasing food and buying medicine or making important home repairs.
- More and more, studies show the impact of social isolation, food insecurity, and poverty on overall health. Of the nearly 3,000 older adults we serve annually, 75% live at or below the poverty line.
- That’s where we come in.
Two fresh meals delivered daily by a caring volunteer.
Two fresh meals delivered daily
by a caring volunteer.
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Exciting news! For the eleventh year running, the Meals on Wheels network is participating in the Subaru Share the Love Event. Over the past ten years, Subaru and its retailers have helped Meals on Wheels to deliver nearly 2 million meals nationwide to seniors in need.
Meals on Wheels America is asking all members of the Meals on Wheels community to lift up their voices (or rather their plates!) to have their voices heard.
In 2019, Maryland Food Truck Week will benefit
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, Inc.
We will be at the following events greeting Food Truck Fans:
Friday, April 12th—Harbor Market Lunch-Off
at McKeldin Square, 11am–2pm
E. Pratt & Light St., Baltimore, MD
Friday, April 12, Official Kick-off at South Point
Port Covington from 5pm–9pm at
South Point, 101 W. Cromwell St.
Sunday, May 5, 12 noon–4pm
MD Food Trucks Foodie Bash at:
The Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway
515 South Haven Street
Baltimore, MD 21224