Wednesday, March 7, 2018
The Source

The Alamo Area Council of Governments and Meals On Wheels San Antonio are working together to help provide food and compassionate service to this vulnerable population.

How is the state supporting meal preparation and delivery in the region? What are local organizations doing to support seniors in San Antonio?

Hear the full story on TPR.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Reported by Alese Underwood

Regional partners are stepping up to keep Meals on Wheels functioning in rural communities across South Texas.

Earlier this month The Community Council of South Central Texas - the agency operating the program for at least seven other counties - announced it was ending its Meals on Wheels contract because of financial pressures.

On Tuesday morning, when drivers for Meals on Wheels San Antonio headed out, for 3,000 seniors in Bexar County, it was an average delivery and visit.

See the full story on Spectrum News San Antonio.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Reported by Myra Arthur

The director of the local Meals on Wheels made a tough call Tuesday to cancel all deliveries because the risk to drivers and volunteers was too great due to the icy weather.

The organization was in good company as local school districts and some businesses canceled operations because of icy roads. But it meant some seniors who depend on the meal delivery went without a hot meal on the iciest day of the past year.

“We don’t take the decision lightly, but its a matter of safety for the operation and just the ability to get it done on a day like yesterday,” said Jim Snyder, director of Meals on Wheels...

Friday, January 12, 2018
Reported by Camilla Rambaldi

Meals on Wheels is a meal delivery volunteer recruitment service for seniors in the community. The services are year-around and during the holidays.

See the full story on KABB Fox 29 or WOAI News 4
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
Reported by Emily Baucum

Meals on Wheels is warning of the risk of elderly people being malnourished or going hungry.

The nonprofit cooks up about 4,000 meals a day but knows with one in six seniors at risk of going hungry, there are many more people who need the help.

"Some of the elderly people that I deliver to don't have family to be there for them,” says Meals on Wheels driver Lucinda Medina. "They need to make sure they're getting their meat, their vegetables, their milk.”

See the full story on KABB Fox 29 or WOAI News 4.

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