Meals on Wheels of the Greater Lehigh Valley

At Meals on Wheels of the Greater Lehigh Valley, we care for and support some of the most important people in our community. We provide homebound senior citizens and adults with disabilities with home-delivered meals, grocery shopping and other services. Most importantly, we provide them with the kindness and respect that they deserve.

From The Plate – Gratitude

CEO, Vicki Coyle shares her thoughts on gratitude and the community.

2019 Subaru Share The Love Event

The 12th annual Subaru Share the Love® Event will help deliver nutritious meals and compassion to Lehigh Valley’s seniors.

Meals On Wheels Was There

When meal delivery becomes more than just about a meal.

Why I Give

MOWGLV donor and volunteer, Evan Lowery gives back.

From The Plate: A Message from Vicki

The positive benefits our pets have on our health.

Purchase Your Bountiful Bowl Tickets Today!

There is only one week left until the 19th annual Bountiful Bowl! Purchase your tickets today!

19th Annual Bountiful Bowl Awardees

Bob & Susan Gadomski, Olympus, and the Knit Wits to be honored at the 19th annual Bountiful Bowl.

Clients served each day

TOTAL MEALS MADE IN 2019

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live on less than $16K/Year

Let Us Help You

Thanks for your interest in Meals on Wheels of the Greater Lehigh Valley. We look forward to helping you or your loved ones today.

Testimonials

“I look forward to the hot and cold meals that are provided by Meals on Wheels. I cannot cook for myself. I look forward to the visits by the volunteers. I’m not sure what I would do if I didn’t have Meals on Wheels. I get a healthy diet that keeps me going.”

Sharon

“I have outlived my family. Thanks to Meals on Wheels, I have a hot meal and kind people to bring me my meal. It also gives me something to look forward to every day. Thank you to Meals on Wheels for making my life better.”

Josephine

“I am 96 yeas old, and Meals on Wheels is the reason I can still live in my home of over 50 years. I cannot drive for groceries any more, and people don’t want me to use the stove. As long as I have Meals on Wheels, I can stay in my own home and have good food.”

Ruth