Greater Brandon Meals on Wheels
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the mission of Greater Brandon Meals on Wheels? Our mission is to provide nourishing mid-day meals from Monday to Friday to enrich the independent lives of home-bound residents of Brandon.
How is the mission accomplished? Meals on Wheels volunteers prepare and deliver nutritious meals to qualified home-bound clients through the coordination of member churches in the community.
eligible to receive a meal from Greater Brandon
Meals on Wheels? A home-bound person
who is unable to prepare a home-cooked meal.
This can be a temporary or permanent situation.
Through established guidelines, clients are screened
in their homes to verify need.
What area is included in this service? The Brandon, Florida area: boundaries to East-Dover Road, West - I-75, North - I - 4, South - Alafia River.
When is delivery made? Meals are delivered between 11 am and 1 pm Monday through Friday.
What is a typical meal? The typical meal consists of an entrée, a vegetable, a starch, a salad and a dessert. Each church has the responsibility of providing the specific menu for the day.
How do I find
out if I am eligible or how do I refer a neighbor,
friend or family member?
How do I
volunteer to help? Participation
is through the partner churches. To volunteer as
an individual, contact:
What if my church is interested in partnering? Contact the President, Dave MacEwen, by email: email@example.com
How is Meals on Wheels funded? No government funding is received. All funds come from contributions from recipients for their meals supplemented by the generosity of individual donors and businesses who believe the program is an asset to our community.
How can I
help? Donations can be made
by sending a check made payable to Greater
Brandon Meals to: