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.


This Month’s Meal Menu


August Home Delivered Menu

August Capital City Cafe Menu





30-30 Club Winners

Please click here for the Winners List: Winner’s Circle



LGBT Café Luncheon Dates


Dates: Friday, September 16th; Friday, October 21st; Friday, November 18th; Friday, December 16th

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 and their friends age 60 and older a hot nutritious meal (suggested donation of $3.00) in a friendly environment. This is an opportunity for socializing with friends, enjoying entertainment and learning about nutrition and senior services.

This café is funded in part by Federal and State funds distributed through the Rhode Island Division of Elderly Affairs and is a collaboration of: The RI Division of Elderly Affairs, Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island and Sage Rhode Island.














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