Meals on Wheels are available to anyone age 60 or older, regardless of income. Seniors must be homebound, unable to prepare meals on their own and be willing to receive meals for at least one full week.
It's easy! Just call 503.736.6325 or register on line. Meals are delivered the next business day.
Every state has a Meals on Wheels program, but a variety of nonprofit organizations provide these services. We provide Meals on Wheels service to Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties.
The overall cost of each meal is $3.95. The suggested donation for seniors over the age of 60 is $3.
We have 35 dining rooms throughout the greater metropolitan area where active seniors can join with others for a hot, nutritious meal and good company. Check out our locations .
A lottery-style system will allow eligible seniors to obtain Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program food vouchers for use at local participating farmers’ markets in Clark County this summer. A limited number of vouchers will be distributed from June 17 to the 20 at four Clark County locations.
The effects of federal budget cuts, known as sequestration, will have a direct impact on senior nutrition programs. Meals on Wheels has been featured in two stories over the past few days.
An volunteer Meals on Wheels driver from Umpqua Bank created a volunteer recruitment video for Meals on Wheels People.
Hardball with Chris Matthews, an issues program of MSNBC, interviewed Vinsen Faris from Meals on Wheels Association of America about how federal funding cuts are impacting senior nutrition programs.
Plan to join us for the 8th Annual Summer in September Jambalaya Festival and BBQ on Saturday, Sept. 7, at Dawson Park.
Join us for this car show and block party on Saturday, July 20, sponsored by Doherty Ford and Bethel Full Gospel Church. Proceeds benefit Forest Grove Center!
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