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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.

This Month’s Meal Menu


Capital City Cafe Menu February 2016

Home Delivered Menu February 2016

Home Delivered Menu January 2016

Capital City Cafe Menu January 2016

Available Frozen Entrees












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Recent News

Meals on Wheels of RI received many whimsical and caring handmade Valentine’s Day cards as part of the 2016 LOVE LETTERS Campaign. These lovely cards were delivered to our clients with their meals in time for Valentine’s Day. Not only … Continue reading

Winter Weather Closures Monday February 8th

Due to the expected snow, Meals on Wheels of RI will be closed on Monday February 8th. There will be no deliveries; clients should eat one of the meals out of their emergency box. All Capitol City Cafes will also … Continue reading

Winter Weather Impacts All Meal Deliveries

Due to the winter weather there will be no deliveries on Friday February 5th.  Clients should eat one of the meals out of their emergency box. All Capitol City Cafes are also closed today. Continue reading

Help Grant a Senior Wish!

We have received a request through our Senior Wish Program for a kitchen table and 4 chairs, for a person in the Providence area. If you or someone you know can help us make this wish come true, please call … Continue reading

LGBT Café Dates

Dates: Friday, February 19th; Friday, March 18th; Friday, April 15th Time: At Noon Address: The Church of the Transfiguration, 1665 Broad Street, Cranston, RI. Reservations are required. For reservations and information, call Pauline at 351-6700. The Café will offer individuals … 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