Meals on Wheels
The Meals on Wheels program allows seniors to remain in their homes and live with dignity while receiving regular, nutritious meals.
Dozens of volunteers are still needed for a Labor Day event to help feed the hungry.
Think you can’t help because you don’t have money to spare? That’s OK — you can give your time. And in some cases, that’s an even more valuable gift.
This year’s theme is “Support a Senior on Easter because Hunger Takes No Holiday” and the delivery is sponsored by the Detroit Area Agency on Aging staff.
Hundreds of volunteers are helping to prepare meals for homebound senior citizens Friday.
Drivers are needed in Clinton Township, New Baltimore, New Haven, Romeo, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights and Warren.
Mentoring Youth Network, a local mentoring organization for children in grades K-8, will participate in the national Meals on Wheels event for its third consecutive year on Thursday.
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Department said they’ve arrested a 67-year-old Meals on Wheels delivery man who is accused of sexually assaulting the program’s recipients.
The Macomb County Meals on Wheels program was forced to suspend its food delivery because of the snow storm.