Edmonton Meals on Wheels

It's the Season of Giving

During all the busyness of the holidays, the organizing, the travelling, and the shopping, one thing most of us never have to worry about is where our next meal is coming from. Thanks to generous people like you, Edmonton Meals on Wheels clients won’t have to worry about this either. They are secure in knowing there will be healthy meal programs available not just during the holidays, but all through the year. You know that this time of year isn’t about material things. It isn’t about extravagant gifts, it’s about the spirit of giving. To truly impart your spirit of giving this year, please consider making a donation to Edmonton Meals on Wheels.

 

As we close our 50th year of delivering meals in Edmonton, your donation to Meals on Wheels will ensure Edmontonians like Betty continue to receive nutritious meals and a volunteer visit every day.

 

We’re not just about making food and our services extend beyond simply feeding the hungry. Our clients tell us they have an improved sense of confidence and independence with our meal services in place. They have developed a trusting relationship with the Edmonton Meals on Wheels volunteers who deliver their meals and that makes them feel more socially connected and less isolated. Our family cares about their well-being and safety.

 

You know how good it feels to truly give, especially during the holidays. Don’t forget the members of your community that might not be on your shopping list but could use your help and support.

 

As you can imagine, it takes a lot of resources to prepare hundreds of healthy meals for housebound Edmontonians each weekday and provide the vital meal services they urgently need. That’s why we are turning to you.

 

By making a contribution to Edmonton Meals on Wheels, you support our clients not just during the holidays, but all through the year. Your financial gift will help us to continue to provide this much-needed service to our community and give so many people their independence and dignity.

 

To help homebound and isolated members of your community, click here.