The Spokesman Review ran an article about wire fraud allegedly committed by a former bookkeeper at “Meals on Wheels”. The former employee in question worked at Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels, located in Spokane Valley.
Mid-City Concerns Senior Center and Meals on Wheels Spokane is a separate and independently run organization. We have no affiliation with the Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels. This article has been corrected. Please contact Kim Lloyd at 703-9940 if you have further questions.
Feeding Bodies, Nurturing Souls, Saving Lives
Meals on Wheels Spokane delivers hot, nutritious meals to disabled or home bound seniors in Spokane. Our service helps preserve dignity and independence by keeping seniors in their homes. Help us prevent having to start a waiting list for those in need by making a donation today!
What does your donation of time and money mean to us?
It means we can continue to support the +750 seniors we feed every year. It means we don't have to say "No" to someone who, without our meals, wouldn't eat that day. It means we can grow to meet the need in our community.
We need Volunteers more than ever!
If you think you could lend a few hours of your day, please click the image to the left to learn more about helping our seniors through volunteer opportunities.
Our Goal for 2019
Meals Provided in 2018 vs. 2017
Last year we served over 146,000 meals to over 750 seniors. Our goal this year is to feed an additional 10,000 meals to home bound seniors in our community! With your help, we can grow to meet the need in Spokane - so NO senior is forced to go hungry!
To sustain the independence of those we serve by providing services and activities regarding nutrition, advocacy, education and recreation through the Meals on Wheels Spokane program and the Mid-City Concerns Senior Center.