The award-winning State College Area Meals on Wheels program has served more than a million meals since it was founded in 1971. A staff of three and an army of volunteers prepare, package, and deliver the food to clients throughout the State College School District.
Meals on Wheels delivers food to qualified, homebound individuals every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday between 10:45 am and 12:15 pm. Each client receives one hot meal and a bag supper meal on a delivery day.
Eligibility | Delivery Area
JOB Opening SCMOW is seeking a Volunteer Coordinator. See the job description.
SCMOW Begins 5-day Service! A major milestone for State College Meals on Wheels has been reached as delivery recently began for the first time on Tuesdays and Thursdays. That historic moment came on Tuesday, June 16th as 50 clients received home-delivered meals that day. We expect that number to grow quickly. Thank you to all who made this possible, especially our new volunteers and our generous donors and supporters.
Welcome New Volunteers! Thanks to all those who have recently signed up to volunteer. The response to our volunteer recruiting campaign has been fantastic and has enabled us to move forward with our plans to expand service from 3 to 5 days per week.
MOW Annual Dinner Gala May 14, 2015. Thank you to Coach James Franklin, our sponsors, and auction donors for helping to make our 10th annual benefit a huge success. Also, thanks to all who attended or supported "A Meal that Matters" in some way. It was truly a community effort. Funds raised will keep MOW financially strong as we expand our service from three to five days per week. Dinner Info Flyer | Dinner Sponsors | 2015 Auction Listing | CDT Thank You Ad
Student Video Highlights Volunteering at MOW Click to watch
MOW is now on Facebook! Click here to connect
Spotlight on Senior Hunger. A Research Report released by the National Foundation to End Senior Hunger (NFESH) and Feeding America shows that senior food insecurity is getting much worse. The report examines the growth of senior hunger in the United States and reveals that the number of food insecure seniors above the age of 60 has more than doubled to 4.8 million from 2001 to 2011. Click here to read the report.