Call (610) 688-8170

Individuals, friends, family members, neighbors, clergy, physicians, social workers or hospitals may request our services.

A Typical Daily Menu

Hot Items
Pot Roast with Gravy
Mashed Potatoes
Chicken Vegetable Soup

Cold Items
Ham and Cheese Sandwich
Apple Crisp
Dinner Roll

Read our Welcome Letter to New Clients

Who Qualifies for our Services?
If you or a loved one are homebound and unable to cook or shop for food, you qualify to receive Meals on Wheels. Most often, our clients are elderly, short- or long-term convalescents, or handicapped persons, but we deliver to those in need regardless of race, color, creed, age or ability to pay.
Two Nutritious Meals per Day
Every weekday, including holidays, our dedicated Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver food to clients in our service area.  The day's parcel includes enough nutritious hot and cold items for two meals.  The meals are prepared under the guidance of dieticians to ensure they include balanced and healthy eating choices.  Special diabetic desserts are available, and an alternate food choice is available each day for those who have other health or religious dietary restrictions.
The Cost to Receive Meals on Wheels
The cost to receive meals is minimal and is based upon charges by the food suppliers. Our current charge, for those who can afford to pay, is $40.00 per week. A subsidy can be arranged for those who are unable to pay the full amount.
Call Us to Apply
If you know of someone who needs our services, please call us at (610) 688-8170.
Other Useful Phone Numbers PDF Print E-mail


1. Eldernet (Residents of Lower Merion or Narberth) 610-525-0706
Multiple services are provided including transportation, homebound help, telephone reassurance, etc.

2. Surrey (residents of Chester and Delaware Counties) 610-647-6404
Multiple services are provided including home services, transportation, classes, workshops, movies, fitness classes, book groups, etc.

3. Wayne Senior Center 610-688-6246
Multiple services are provided including trips, computer classes, trips etc.

4. Palm ( Center for Positive Aging in Lower Merion and surrounding communities) 610-642-9370
Many programs are provided, including trips, transportation, fitness and computer instruction etc.


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