By Danielle MoodySAN ANTONIO- Meals on Wheels San Antonio is doing their best to get extra food supplies to their at-risk, elderly clients who have mobility challenges. Starting March 14, clients will be given additional meals to keep in their homes in case of an interruption in delivery service. Anyone working for the organization has been trained in frequent hand-washing, covering coughs and sneezes and cleaning areas frequently. Those delivering food will practice social distancing during the meal drops and will only participate in them if healthy. They plan on continuing to deliver meals to mostly elderly clients in high-...
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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....