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Meals on Wheels
Volunteers -- the lifeblood of Meals on Wheels
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Through Meals on Wheels, Neighborly Care Network delivers meals to nearly 1,000 homebound residents daily.

While a nutritious meal is of great importance to each of these clients, the most recurring comment is how much they look forward to seeing and conversing with the volunteer delivering it.

In 2014, Meals on Wheels volunteers contributed almost 37,000 hours delivering noontime meals to the frail and homebound. Their efforts are valued at $829,569.

Learn more about how you can volunteer to deliver
Meals on Wheels, or contribute to the Meals on Wheels program.


If you would like to enroll in Meals on Wheels or discuss other Nutrition Services, please call our Nutrition office at (727) 756-1001.

to see a sample Meals on Wheels menu.

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Shocking Report about Senior Hunger Minimize

The Meals on Wheels Association of America Foundation sponsored a groundbreaking study on "The Causes, Consequences, and Future of Senior Hunger in America." Click here to see highlights of the results.

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A Meals on Wheels volunteer prepares for his route




 



Volunteer Gas Cards
Rising gas prices are affecting all of us, but the high prices at the pumps may force many of Neighborly Care Network's Meals on Wheels volunteers to stop volunteering. We can't let this happen, so Neighborly has initiated a program to help some of our volunteers pay for their gas so they can continue to deliver meals to our homebound seniors.

If you would like to help this cause, you can send in a donation that will be used strictly for purchasing gasoline for the Neighborly Meals on Wheels volunteers. Please send your donation to the Neighborly administrative offices at 13945 Evergreen Avenue, Clearwater, FL 33762. Also, earmark your check
"Volunteer Gas Cards."

Thank you for helping our homebound seniors receive the nutritious meals they so desperately need.

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