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Nutrition Program for the Elderly / Meals on Wheels

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The Nutrition Program for the Elderly addresses nutritional and social needs of seniors in Wayne County through the Congregate and the Home Delivered Meals programs. The Congregate Nutrition program promotes the health and well-being of older people through a nutritious meal and provides opportunities for health, education, social, recreation, and other community activities. Congregate meals are provided at the following sites:

Goldsboro Senior Center

Mt. Olive Senior Center

The goal of the Home Delivered Meals Program (Meals on Wheels) is to improve or maintain the health of impaired older persons by providing nutritious meals, a daily check and reporting system, and a social contact to enable the homebound to remain in their home as long as possible.

All meals are delivered by volunteers daily Monday through Friday between 10:30 a. m. and 12:30 p. m.  Volunteers are an integral part of the program and often the only person the recipient sees all day.

If you have a heart for seniors and are interested in helping out with deliveries, call Andrea Bone, volunteer coordinator, at 919-734-1178 ext. 281.

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions. For more information on the plight of seniors follow this link: Important Senior statistics

snow meals on wheels

Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom keeps our volunteers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. Louise Howell gets ready to deliver Meals on Wheels at Kirkwood.

 

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Young Volunteers packaging extra food bags for Meals on Wheels to help clients with food for holidays.

 

Some Meals on Wheels Volunteers

Just some of our Meals on Wheels volunteers at a lunch in their honor

 

 

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601 Royall Ave.
Goldsboro, NC 27534
919-734-1178
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