|Patti Thummel, M.O.W. Director
Phone: (620) 272-3620
Meals on Wheels is a Non-Profit Corporation.
Volunteers deliver meals Monday through Friday
to persons who are home-bound, handicapped or
convalescing. Any homebound person who needs
help to meet his/her nutritional needs is eligible.
Meals need to be prescribed by a health care
A registered dietician plans the nourishing, varied
menus consisting typically of meat, chicken or
fish, vegetables and desert. The meals are
prepared by the food service department of St.
The cost is $3.30 per meal and is payable in advance. No one will be denied a meal because they cannot afford to
contribute the full amount. The meals are designed to meet specific nutritional needs. Meals may be received for as
long as necessary. Some people only need meals for a short time to help in the recovery from illness or surgery.
- Volunteering as an individual, through your
church or other organizations, by delivering
meals. This requires one hour daily, Monday
- Suggesting Meals on Wheels to someone in
- Offering creative favors for the clients.
Individual or group projects are always
- Make a monetary donation to Meals on
Wheels. Your gift delivers nourishment,
comfort and independence.
- Adopt a senior and help end senior hunger.
- Call: 620-272-3620 or 620-260-6282, to schedule a time for the Meals on Wheels Director to visit with you
in the Meals on Wheel's office or in your home.
- Meals are delivered Monday - Friday between 11:00a.m. and 12:30 p.m. with the choice of a sack lunch for
Saturday that will be delivered with Friday's meal.
- Enhance the nutritional health of the home-bound, handicapped or persons convalescing in Finney County.
- Continue to offer free or reduced cost meals to persons with limited means.
- Daily meal delivery provides social contact and safety check for clients.
Finney County Committee on Aging, Inc.
Garden City Company
Mary Jo Williams Charitable Trust
Michelle Mead's 2nd grade class, from St. Mary's School, made 10
lap blankets (with material donated by Williams Heating and Air
Conditioning) and donated the blankets to Meals on Wheels clients.