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Meals on Wheels of RI is deeply grateful to the thousands of individuals, families, corporations, organizations, and foundations who generously support our work. For a complete list of all supporters click here.

Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island is an organization dedicated primarily to meeting the nutritional and other special needs of the elderly in order to help them maintain their independent life-style.

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Pet Food Donations

Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island, Inc. would like to thank our generous donors, Wally’s Food Pantry, The Food Four Paws Program at Kent Hospital, and Warren Animal Hospital, for their contributions to our Pet Food Program. Since 2007, MOWofRI … Continue reading

Soup for Seniors Continues

Soup for Seniors We are delighted to announce that our popular soup program is continuing thanks to the generosity of two special donors. The soup program, named in memory of Catherine Midgley Gilbane, will allow our clients to enjoy a … Continue reading

Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island a Participant in the AmazonSmile Program

Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island is pleased to announce our participation in the newly launched program by Amazon.com, Inc. The AmazonSmile program is outlined as such: Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the … Continue reading

Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island Receives Grant for Participation in Subaru’s “Share the Love” Campaign

Providence, Rhode Island (March 24, 2014) – Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island is proud to announce receipt of a $1,000 grant through Meals on Wheels Association of America for participating in Subaru’s “Share the Love” Campaign. The “Share the … Continue reading

March For Meals Coninues with Capitol City Cafe Kick Off Luncheon

Catherine Taylor, Director of the Rhode Island Division of Elderly Affairs (DEA), the agency that administers the congregate nutrition program with federal Older Americans Act dollars, announced that the state’s Senior Nutrition Providers are rolling out a fresh look for … Continue reading

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Each day, the largest volunteer network in America delivers more than a million meals to seniors struggling with hunger. Along with those meals, our volunteers deliver dignity and compassion. But with more than six million seniors in America who do not have access to regular meals, there’s work to be done. By being a part of the Meals On Wheels volunteer network, you can deliver the hope that together, we can end senior hunger. Get all the facts