Overview

Meals on Wheels is a volunteer-based community support service which delivers nutritious meals to individuals to help them maintain their health and independence at home. This service is offered on both a short-term and long-term basis.

Check our Service Area Map to see if we can serve you.

Who Can Receive Meals on Wheels?

Individuals, who by receiving nutritional support, are better able to maintain independence and well-being in their own homes, including:

  • Seniors
  • Adults who are chronically ill
  • Adults living with a physical or mental disability
  • Adults convalescing from surgery or illness
  • Adults undergoing medical treatment

See Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

Hot Meal Program

Hot meals are prepared by 8 different kitchens located throughout the city and delivered by friendly trained volunteers over the noon hour Monday through Saturday. Meal service can be arranged for long-term or for a short-term period while recovering from illness or when family is away. Volunteers provide a short visit and a daily safety check.
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Frozen Meal Program

The frozen meal program has become a popular alternative or supplement to the traditional hot meal delivery. Frozen meals are prepared by our frozen food suppliers, Apetito and TimeSaver, and are delivered in bulk weekly.
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Did you know?

In the Fall of 1968, Island Lodge (now Garry J. Armstrong Centre) offered to provide 24 meals each day and now has the distinction of being the longest serving meal provider.