All new in 2022! We experienced an incredible year of growth, new endeavors, a post-pandemic return of volunteers, and new opportunities for collaboration and community involvement. Enjoy this quick reprise of some of the things our generous donors helped us accomplish this past year! Volunteer Lounge Makeover There is
Santas for Senior 2022 is here! The most wonderful time of the year is not always so wonderful for some of our clients who experience isolation and loneliness as a regular part of their daily existence. The holidays can be nearly too much to bear as those feelings compound. We
Here at Meals On Wheels Ministry, Inc, we are passionately dedicated to ending hunger and isolation in East Texas for our older and disabled homebound citizens. Our mission drives every detail of our budget, our daily activities, our decisions, and our goals. We are facing unprecedented need in the coming
“I’m having a senior moment.” “These wrinkles and grey hair have got to go.” “I’m too old to try that.” “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” “It’s time to put him/her out to pasture.” “Those are just aches and pains from old age.” “Sweetie, you don’t look
Debi Carroll and Grandfather, Bernie Berman Empathy has no script. There is no right way or wrong way to do it. It’s simply listening, holding space, withholding judgment, emotionally connecting, and communicating that incredibly healing message of ‘You’re not alone.’ BRENÉ BROWN Debi started delivering for Meals On Wheels in Wills
Joan Curtis, Meals on Wheels East Texas Volunteer, 1977-2022 “I never eat without a napkin, and neither should they,” says Meals on Wheels East Texas volunteer, Joan Curtis. Joan has been volunteering with Meals on Wheels in the Tyler, Texas area since 1977, an impressive 45 years of consistent service.