What do you wear for Meals on Wheels?

As a volunteer for Meals on Wheels of West LA I agree to the following terms and rules: When I come to volunteer I will be dressed in clean clothing, have good personal hygiene and always wear a shirt. If not I will be sent home. This is a sanitation requirement and a courtesy to others.

Who qualifies for Meals on Wheels Ohio?

60 years of age and older
Answer: Persons 60 years of age and older who are homebound (unable to drive) and are in need of substantial support in at least two areas of daily functioning (based on an assessment) are eligible to receive Meals on Wheels.

Are Meals on Wheels kosher?

While these meals are not kosher, they are “kosher-style” and do not include pork or shellfish, and do not contain both meat and milk together. Our Meals on Wheels program serves a vulnerable population. To ensure the safety of our clients and our volunteers who deliver the meals, we have implemented the following procedures and safety measures:

How long have we been serving meals on Wheels in Toronto?

Nourishing the community for more than 50 years. We offer certified Kosher and non-Kosher options. Circle of Care’s Meals on Wheels program is one of the largest meals on wheels programs in Canada, serving Toronto and the southern part of York Region for more than 50 years.

Where can I get a kosher meal in Canada?

We provide frozen kosher meals at an affordable cost. These ready-to-eat meals are delivered right to your door by volunteers of the Cummings Centre. George and Mackie Balcan Foundation for ‘Feeding the Soul’ and Mazon Canada.

What is Meals on Wheels?

More than just a meal. Friendly volunteers and staff helping you stay healthy at home with nutritious meals delivered to your door. Meals on Wheels services operate in virtually every community in Ontario, addressing isolation and hunger. Staff and volunteers from this network are the “eyes and ears” in the homes of your most at-risk members.