We serve over 360 people daily with a smile and a prepared, nutritious, hot noon meal or frozen meals delivered weekly to active clients.
Home Delivery is designed for our neighbors in the Phillips area who are low income and unable to physically visit the food pantry.
Meals on Wheels (MOW) realized that some clients were giving up a share of their delivered food to feed their companions.
Our neighborhood food shelf is a SuperShelf food program, meaning we strive to offer a wide variety of fresh and healthy food options.
Meals on Wheels is a community-based service throughout the Twin Cities that provides fresh, nutritious meals delivered directly to the homes of our clients.
Our caring delivery volunteers provide a wellness check and daily contact to build community and a social connection with isolated people.
Meals on Wheels – helping seniors age well in place.
Our Meals on Wheels (MOW) seniors love their pets. However, meeting their own food needs is already a challenge. Adding a pet’s needs on top of that can create a very real issue. MOW volunteers realized that some clients were giving up a share of their delivered food to feed their companions. This meant seniors going hungry, as well as animals not receiving their proper nutrition.
Ani-Meals – feeding pets, feeding hearts.
The Ani-Meals program began in 2016 and supported by a grant from Meals On Wheels of America as well as donations from volunteers and organizations. Pet food needs include “small bites” of dry dog food and canned cat food. Donating cash helps us buy specific foods and provide vaccines.
Home Delivery is designed for our neighbors who are low income, isolated and unable to physically visit the CES Food Shelf. According to our “Client Choice” grocery list, volunteers gather items to pack and deliver to homebound neighbors. Healthy food choices are provided along with connection to our community.
Home Delivery – meeting hunger wherever it is.
The purpose of the CES Food Shelf is to provide supplemental food support to low-income individuals and families where volunteers have one on one interaction.
Our neighborhood food shelf is a SuperShelf food program, meaning we strive to offer a wide variety of produce, protein, staple foods, and hygiene items in a welcoming environment for you and your family.
Food Shelf – from hunger to Hope.
The food shelf is available to families and individuals once a month. More information on Visiting the Food Shelf.