Friday, March 13, 2020
BY VIRGINIA GEWIN
Seattle’s Pike Place Market is not just a fish-flinging tourist attraction: The market is also home to a senior center and food bank that serves breakfast and lunch to between 100 and 150 seniors a day. As the city contends with the coronavirus, however, participation at group meals has gone down about 20 percent in the last week, according to Pike Market Senior Center’s deputy director, Mason Lowe.
The World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday officially declared the coronavirus a global pandemic. In Washington, the number of cases in the surrounding King County hit 190 on Wednesday, and Governor Jay Inslee announced a...
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Making sure our pets are taken care of is a top priority, and AniMeals is here to help.
AniMeals is a Meals on Wheels San Antonio pet food delivery that delivers pet food to elderly clients in need.
What is AniMeals?
After realizing that, like their owners, the pets of many Meals on Wheels of San Antonio recipients were in need of nutritious food, we launched "AniMeals", the program to provide pet food to nourish the pets of seniors.
How can I volunteer with AniMeals?
If you or your organization is interested in distributing pet food to local seniors, please call 210.735.5115 or email us today!
When are AniMeals delivered?
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
SAN ANTONIO -- Meals on Wheels is about getting food to people who can't get it on their own.
Mary Jane Chisholm likes the way that sounds.
It's why for nearly seven years, she's volunteered to deliver those meals.
"Well, sometimes I know a lot of them are quite lonely," said Mary. "Their kids are grown and gone. Children could have moved away, who knows."
Mary brings more than food to the people she serves. She brings hope.
"Human contact," she said. "Somebody cares about me, somebody will be here every day."
Hope to people like Tom Carriello, who's been on Mary's delivery list for a while....
Monday, December 30, 2019
Helping San Antonio animals is young woman’s road to independence
By Vincent T. Davis, Express News Staff Writer -
Each stop was one more step toward personal independence.
Guided by the digital voice of his GPS, Marcus Villarreal drove his daughter, Monique, to a West Side neighborhood to deliver food for pets of Meals on Wheels clients who are homebound.
Monique’s teacher, Andrew Francis, followed her into the drizzling rain to unload several plastic bags from the car. The nonprofit’s AniMeals program began providing nutritious pet food to clients after volunteers noticed many recipients shared meals with their animals.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
SAN ANTONIO -- With a cold front blowing in overnight, many in San Antonio will be cranking up the heater. Some residents don't have a way to heat their homes though and that's where a local non-profit organization is stepping in to help.
Comfy Casas, a program within Meals on Wheels San Antonio, provides heating units for residents in need, but they're looking for donations to help get more heaters in homes this December.
Kristin Rivera and Stephanie Gill with Comfy Casas stopped by News 4 San Antonio's Evening Break to share how you can help.
For more information, call (210) 735-5115 or CLICK HERE.
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