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More Than a Meal™

International Women’s Day 2022

History: International Women’s Day (IWD) has a long and impressive history, going back to the early 1900s. In 1908, 15,000 people marched through New York City, advocating for shorter work hours, better pay, and voting rights. After this rally, in 1909, the 1st...

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The Teen Ambassador Program

Now in its second year, the Teen Ambassador Program (TAP) provides high school students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills, learn about nonprofits, and perform meaningful volunteer service. Each day, participants spend their mornings in learning sessions...

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A Family Tradition

A Family Tradition Dan M. retired from a robust career in the finance field a few years ago. He had always been community-oriented and wanted to find something to do in his free time that could benefit the greater community. In the 1970’s, Dan’s mom, Muriel, was a...

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The moment you knock on that door, look someone in the eyes and deliver a warm meal, you make a connection. It might be a quick hello or it could be a whole conversation, but the impact lasts a lifetime. Not just for the senior receiving the meal, but for you the volunteer.

Volunteer Anthem

Today in the U.S., ten million seniors face the threat of hunger, and millions more live alone in isolation. Meals on Wheels already serves over two million homebound seniors annually, and with the senior population expected to double by 2050, there is an escalating need for a new wave of volunteers to step up to help seniors in their communities.

Richard & Homer Gere

For Richard Gere, Meals on Wheels has always been about family. Sign up to drop off a warm meal and create lifelong memories today.

“America, Let’s Do Lunch”

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