March for Meals

March for Meals on Wheels

Join Tabitha's March for Meals on Wheels

Delivering independence since 1967.

Every day in our community, more than 500 neighbors count on Tabitha Meals on Wheels for their main meal. With rising health care costs, Tabitha is committed to help keep Seniors healthy and in their own homes.

The demand for this lifeline program has increased 62% in the last decade, with more residents unable to pay for the nutritious meal and safety check that keeps them independent and at home.

Your gift delivers hope to:

Jean, a widow who wishes to live in her family home as long as possible
Robert, a retired firefighter who is alone and no longer able to cook meals
Patricia, a young adult who cannot work as she recovers from surgery

All are counting on you—please help these neighbors by donating to Tabitha Meals on Wheels. You make a difference.


March IN and Dine

Please visit these restaurants who will donate a portion of their sales in March to Tabitha Meals on Wheels:


Provide Meals

Donate meals below:

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