Seniors are going hungry in Seminole County.

Seniors are going hungry in Seminole County.

homedeliverablesThe new faces of hunger in Seminole County are elderly people who are too proud to ask for help.  Typically, they run out of money at the end of the month and choose to go without eating until the next small retirement check arrives.

The number of seniors who face the threat of hunger, or are actually hungry, is rising. Meals on Wheels, Etc. is committed to ending this hunger.   Through our kitchen operation, fresh meals are prepared daily.  They are appetizing and fulfill the nutritional requirements for older adults.

Unfortunately, there is an alarming number of seniors who are becoming food insecure (not sure if they will have physical or economic access to sufficient and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs), The fight to end this hunger will only worsen – but thanks to wonderful volunteers and community donors, we will continue to aggressively pursue our goal to make sure that “no Seminole County Senior goes hungry.”


Summer, 2014 Edition of Newsletter Highlights Numerous Contributions From Our Community.

Our Summer, 2014 Newsletter contains our thank-you to some of the many people and organizations that volunteer their time and resources to help Meals on Wheels, Etc. to keep critical services available for the elderly in Seminole County.  We are so fortunate to have individuals, companies and civic groups who, like us, care deeply for those in our community who have given so much in the past and now need our assistance.

Check out the newsletter by clicking on this link => MealsOnWheels-Newsletter 8-14