Delivering Nutritious Meals with Community Support

Posted on February 26, 2014 by Matt Duncan

Delivering meals across Hamilton County to individuals who are elderly, disabled and homebound is what Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County is all about. How they go about it is what really makes this organizations unique. Volunteers are the lifeblood of this great organization, there is just no possible way to delivery nutritious meals without the support of the community. It’s the uplifting feeling these dedicated volunteers experience by helping to provide individuals independence for as long as possible.

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear delivering a meal to a local resident.

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear delivering a meal to a local resident.

Volunteer support helps Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County to keep food costs affordable for those in need. No one is ever turned away due to inability to pay and there never is a waiting list. There are 17 routes every weekday to approximately 185 individuals so you know there are plenty of ways to get connected to this great cause. Do you know someone in need? Contact us on the website www.mealsonwheelshc.org or call our office 317-776-7159. It only takes 15 minutes to enroll and meal delivery can being in a few as 24 – 48 hours. Financially Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County offers a Sponsor-A-Senior program to provide meals to those in need at no cost to the individual. Finally, volunteer drivers can get engaged by filling out an application form at the Meals on Wheels office with driver license and proof of insurance. All volunteers receive training prior to delivering meals.

Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County is competing in the FirstPerson Division tipping off Friday, 28th at 8 pm!

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