Thursday, January 14, 2021
Home Depot - Careloads of Care 

The Home Depot Foundation donated 356 boxes of home essential items to our seniors who are isolated and disabled. We appreciate the 18 stores surrounding the San Antonio area who participated by putting together and dropping off boxes.

Boxes were filled with laundry detergent, dish soap, hand soap, hand sanitizer, gloves, masks, paper towels, and toilet paper.

Nearly 100 volunteers signed up to deliver boxes for seniors who are part of Meals on Wheels Comfy Casas, and Friendly Visitor Programs. 

Thank you Home Depot for supporting our efforts to deliver more than a meal!

Thursday, January 14, 2021
McAlister's Deli Raised $120,000 for Meals on Wheels America 

In November, McAlister's Deli Warming up the Community campaign raised $120,000 for Meals on Wheels America to help reduce senior isolation and hunger during the holiday season. McAlister's donated 10 cents for every cup or bowl of soup sold. Thank you to everyone who purchased soup to support the cause! 

 
Thursday, January 14, 2021
Bubble Bath Car Wash Collects Over 900 Christmas Cards for Seniors!

San Antonio’s Bubble Bath Car Wash began work on the initiative in early December, printing more than 900 custom designed Christmas cards for customers and staff to share warm, holiday wishes. 

The Christmas cards were distributed to seniors through a partnership with Meals on Wheels, accompanying the nonprofit’s annual delivery of holiday meals during the week of Christmas.

“For many of the seniors that we serve, this special delivery and friendly visit may be the highlight of their holiday. It is wonderful to have a caring, local business, like...

Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Target Circle Results!

We're extremely grateful for those who participated in The Target Circle Program. 26,006 votes were casted for Meals on Wheels San Antonio. Because of you, over 600 seniors will receive more than a nutritious meal! Together, we will continue to serve our senior neighbors who are isolated, disabled, and hungry.

 

Wednesday, December 30, 2020
IT'S A FEAST OF SHARING!   Shoppers with a full cart leave the HEB in the Brook Hollow Shopping Center in San Antonio, Texas, on March 13, 2020

Before COVID-19 struck, Malika Kelly ran a volunteer program at H-E-B’s headquarters downtown that sent employees out every day to deliver meals to home-bound seniors.

The epidemic halted the program in March. But Kelly finally got a chance to return to service on Wednesday as one of about 25 employees of the...

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