Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels Needs Your Help!

Meals on Wheels is experiencing a growing demand for home-delivered meals as the impacts of COVID-19 continue. We are committed to making sure those who need a prepared meal can receive one — and we are in need of additional volunteers to help make this happen.

We are looking for teams of two to pack meals and get them ready for delivery. Teams arrive between 9:30-9:45am and it takes about an hour to pack the cold bags. You pack the milk and any other cold items like bread, fruit or desserts into a lunch bag. Then put the lunch bags into the delivery bags for the drivers. Once the kitchen is done packing the hot bags you will move these to the meals on wheels room. You must be able to lift 30 pounds.

We also need people to deliver meals. Delivering Meals on Wheels during your lunch hour provides healthy prepared meals to those most vulnerable in your community—and helps them stay home where they are safest during the pandemic. You can volunteer to deliver meals once a week, once a month, with a family member/friend, or on your own – whatever works best for you! Most routes include 10-13 people and you arrive between 10:45-11am and are usually done around noon.

Meals on Wheels is committed to the health and safety of all individuals we serve, including volunteers. COVID protocols based on CDC recommendations are being strictly followed. In addition to increased sanitation and handwashing requirements, masks and gloves are provided/worn and meal deliveries are “no-contact”. This means volunteers ring the door bell, put the meal at the door, step away and wave to the client from a safe distance.

This is a simple and rewarding way to help those most vulnerable during the pandemic, including older adults, people with disabilities, and homebound adults with increased COVID-19 risk.

Call us at 651 604-3520 or email kimberley.palmer@isd623.org to volunteer today!


Serving Adults in Our Community Hot Nutritious Meals

Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels is an integral part of Roseville Area Senior Program’s mission and commitment to serving adults in our community. It is more than just a meal; Meals on Wheels is a critical wellness visit by volunteers, a nutritious hot or frozen meal for homebound older and disabled adults, and a means of connecting older adults to other community services. Meals on Wheels is for adults of all ages, and is an ideal service to caregivers who may be hard-pressed finding time for meal preparation along with all their other responsibilities. Meals are affordably priced, and a sliding fee scale is available for those who qualify. Get started with Meals on Meals today! Just click here or call 651-318-9091. If you are Meals on Wheels client and have questions, please call us at 651-604-3524.

You can pay for Meals on Wheels online with a credit or debit card. Just click here.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Roseville Area Senior Program Meals on Wheels is delivering hot nutritious meals to older adults in our community. Staff and amazing volunteers are giving of their time to help to those in need. We are taking every precaution to protect volunteers, meal clients and staff. – We thank you for your donation!

Mary's Meals on Wheels Story — A Meal and So Much More

Mary was an elementary school teacher who spent many years teaching in Roseville Area Schools. “I know I wouldn’t be eating properly and keeping up my health if it were not for these great meals,” says Mary. “I look forward to the friendly visits from the volunteers who deliver the meals. It gives me peace of mind knowing that someone is checking in on me, and they really care!” Mary dedicated her life educating young minds, and did not have children of her own. She is blessed that former students remember her and often send friendly greetings during the holidays. “I am so grateful for Meals on Wheels, and I tell everyone how tasty the meals are,” exclaims Mary. “Thank you for this wonderful meal service. You are my angels.”

Printable March Menu, click here.