Fresh Meals, Better Health, Economic Stability
Delivered with Care
- 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.
by a caring volunteer.
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Until further notice, all new volunteer orientations will be web-based. Please click here to sign-up. Thank you!
New Saturday Volunteer Orientation added on
the second Saturday of every month
10:30am – 12:00pm
March 17, 2020 BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- During the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to remember our seniors. Many who are now relying on home delivered meals to avoid exposure to the virus. Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland partners with Baltimore City's Aging...
Updated March 31, 2020 Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland is exercising every precaution to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on the vulnerable seniors we serve and to ensure the safety of our employees and volunteers. We continue to closely monitor information and...
In consideration of the health and safety of our guests, sponsors, and chef and beverage partners during the challenging days of Covid-19, the Night of a Million Meals event at The Grand Lodge on May 18 has been cancelled for 2020. Night of a Million Meals is...
515 South Haven Street
Baltimore, MD 21224