Meals on Wheels of Central Bucks County is proud to have served the Central Bucks community for 50 years! Throughout this past half century, we have delivered over 1.5 million meals to our neighbors in need. We couldn’t have accomplished this without the help and support of hundreds of dedicated volunteers. We are proud of the service we provide and humbled by those who volunteer their time to make this milestone a reality.
The benefit of being a non-profit that has continually operated for 50 years is name recognition. Most people have heard of Meals on Wheels and understand our mission of delivering meals to our homebound neighbors. What people may not know, however, is that there are no income limitations for services. Those who can afford to pay a very reasonable daily fee, do so. Those who find this fee a challenge can be considered for reduced fees.
If you are having trouble food shopping, preparing meals, or perhaps have recently undergone a medical procedure, Meals on Wheels is here to make sure you get a well-balanced meal delivered right to your door. There are no contracts and although most of our clients have been getting meals delivered for years, many people use Meals on Wheels for 4-6 weeks while recovering from surgery or brief illness. Our meals are prepared by a local caterer dedicated to providing high quality, delicious, and nutritious food.
Meals on Wheels of Central Bucks County serves the communities of Doylestown, New Britain, Chalfont, Warrington, Warwick, Buckingham, Plumstead, New Hope, Solebury, Dublin, Bedminster, Hilltown, Tinicum and Nockamixon.
If you, or someone you know would benefit from a Meals on Wheels delivery, please contact our office at 215-345-6065 or visit our website at www.cbmealsonwheels.org.
PHOTO CAP: Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon attendees with 25+ years of service with Meals on Wheels of Central Bucks County. Seated (L-R) Joanne Schuster, Alyce Tyler, Mary Danzis, and Diane Allison. Standing (L-R) Marnie Diettrich, Bruce Burkart, Janice O’Donnell, Peggy Moore, and Ginny Weaver.