Show Your Thanks by Giving to Meals on Wheels

The Time of Year for Thanks and Giving: Meals on Wheels

This is the time of year when we are reminded to give thanks for all our blessings. The Meals on Wheels program is a brilliant way to harness that holiday spirit, to capture a new sense of fulfillment, and to share your blessings directly with your neighbors who need it most. Whether you volunteer or donate, it’s an easy way to make a huge difference in someone’s life.

Right now, your help is more important than ever. Plus, it's National Hunger & Homeless Awareness Week (November 12-20, 2022), and this is your chance to make a difference.

At Brown & Barron, we vigorously support Meals on Wheels as both donors and as volunteers, and we are asking all our neighbors to join us in helping this noble and worthy cause, which helps feed about 2.4 million older Americans each year.

Your Time & Donations Are Needed Now More Than Ever

The global pandemic has been a triple whammy for Meals on Wheels. More seniors are self-isolating, creating increased demand for meals. With the supply-chain issues stemming from the pandemic and the high cost of food, many seniors are having trouble affording healthy meals. Meanwhile, health concerns have greatly reduced the number of volunteers.

Meals on Wheels has taken proactive measures to ensure the safety of their employees and volunteers. To safely serve Maryland seniors frozen meal packs complete with milk, bread, juice, and fruit are being delivered on a weekly basis.

Please do not wait. Make it a truly great holiday season.



Buy a meal for someone:

For more info: 410-558-0827 or

Masked elderly woman receives food at her door
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