Please enjoy this behind the scenes video made by Marist College’s North Road Communications Videography Team.
This website offers a fairly comprehensive guide to in-home care available in New York State, including costs, Medicaid eligibility, and services available in Hyde Park, Staatsburg, Poughkeepsie, and Rhinebeck. Link: https://www.caring.com/senior-care/in-home-care/new-york
Thanks to Teresa Gasparini and The New Deal Creative Arts Center’s “Hyde Park Insider” magazine for the great article about Meals on Wheels. For more information on the Insider, click this link: https://newdealarts.org/hyde-park-insider/
All throughout August, every time someone purchases a $10.99 bouquet with the red circle sticker at the Hyde Park Stop & Shop, Meals on Wheels of Greater Hyde Park will receive a $1 donation.
Meals on Wheels thanks Stop & Shop and all of the people in our area who continue to support our organization.
What an absolutely awesome job by our kitchen staff for this year’s very special Easter ham dinner. Special thanks to our young volunteers who helped with the fantastic Easter baskets.
For more information on our healthy, nutritious daily meals, please visit our “Meals” page: https://mealsonwheelsofhp.org/meals/
As we finish the 2021 Share the Love Event, we’d like to thank Subaru and Meals on Wheels America for sponsoring this event.
Click the link below for an in depth look at how our volunteers and staff prepare, package and distribute fresh cooked meals every Monday through Friday to help our senior clients throughout Hyde Park and the village of Rhinebeck. This video was produced by the Marist College North Road Communications team. Music provided courtesy of Royalty Free Music from Bensound.
Please remember to help our Seniors by donating via our website: www.mealsonwheelsofhp.org/. Any donation is greatly appreciated!
We are extremely grateful to have received a $5,000 grant from the John and Gloria Golden Fund for Hyde Park of the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley, a $1,000 grant from the Field Hall Foundation and an anonymous gift of $500 from a supporter all in response to the need to replace our freezer. This left us with less than $1,400 to pay for the purchase, delivery and installation of the new freezer. Mike “The Ice Mahn” also disposed of the old appliance as well as the installation.
This was a critical appliance for us to continue to deliver meals to our clients in the Hyde Park and Village of Rhinebeck communities during these challenging times. We serve a very vulnerable population and rely on support from the community for donations in order to keep our meal costs affordable. Because of the support received from our benefactors, the price for five hot, home-delivered meals has not increased since February 2011. Thank you very much!