The month of March mobilizes hundreds of local Meals on Wheels programs across the country to reach out to their communities and build the support that will enable them to serve America’s seniors all year long. The 17th annual March for Meals campaign gives local businesses, organizations, governments and volunteers who contribute so generously in their communities an opportunity to support homebound seniors in a variety of ways to make America stronger and healthier. This support helps us deliver nutritious meals, friendly visits and safety checks to our local seniors all year long. By volunteering, donating or speaking out, you can ensure the seniors in your neighborhood can live more healthy, happy and independent lives at home, where they want to be. For more information, see: http://www.marchformeals.com/
Stay tuned for more details on the exciting activities we have planned!
As we approach the end of the 2018 Share the Love campaign (coordinated by Meals on Wheels America in partnership with Subaru), we wish to thank Ruge’s Subaru for their assistance and support throughout the campaign. Also, we extend our thanks to the North Road Communications team from Marist College for the great job they did with our social media/communications and the participation of the Marist Football team. (For more details, see our Share the Love page at this link).
The video below summarizes the outstanding support and job done by everyone for this campaign.
Enjoy a great Italian dinner and support Meals on Wheels of Greater Hyde Park. Have dinner at Coppola’s Restaurant in Hyde Park on Thursday, Oct 25 from 5:00 to closing. John Coppola will donate a percentage of proceeds from that night to our organization. Call 845 229-9113 for reservations! Please join us in extending our thanks to John Coppola for his continued support of Meals on Wheels!
In recognition of his outstanding contributions to Seniors in Dutchess County, our President, Mr. Jack Fenton, recently received a Senior Achievement Award at the Celebration of Aging event sponsored by the Dutchess County Office for the Aging. Presenting the award to Jack were Sue Serino, NY State Senator, Marc Molinaro, Dutchess County Executive and Todd Tancredi, Director, DC Office for the Aging. Congratulations Jack on this well-deserved recognition. Thank for for your tireless efforts to make life better for our Seniors!
Some of our volunteers who are registered with Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Dutchess County attended the Volunteer Recognition Breakfast at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel on Thursday, April 26. The mission of RSVP is to recruit and place individuals 55 and older with volunteer opportunities, utilizing their talents and skills to engage in meaningful service activities in their communities.
RSVP conveyed their appreciation to our president, Mr. Jack Fenton for doing an outstanding job as the guest speaker! Wendy and Heather were lucky to walk away with raffle prizes. A very good time was had by all at the Meals on Wheels table!