2023 RESULTS

Beloit Meals On Wheels had another remarkable year because of our community of caring supporters and army of dedicated volunteers.

STRIKE OUT HUNGER

Join us for this super fun annual event! Three games of Scotch doubles with prizes for high game, low game, and turkeys. This event fills up quickly, so please register early.

JOIN OUR DELIVERY TEAM

The success of this program centers on an extraordinary core of volunteers who contribute their time, caring and concern for our clients. Are you in?

SHARE YOUR STORY

Have you been inspired by your volunteer work with Beloit Meals On Wheels? Consider sharing your story to inspire others!

FOR GENERATIONS TO COME

We encourage you to take some time to consider your legacy which can leave a lasting impact on Beloit Meals On Wheels while ensuring your loved ones are taken care of too.

Beloit Meals On Wheels provides daily nutritious meals to promote dignity and independence to the homebound elderly, ill, and disabled.

“The volunteers are the best! I look forward every day to open my door they are sometimes my only visitors.”
Donna

“The volunteers are very nice to talk to and the program is a blessing.”
Linda

“As a niece and family member, I am forever grateful for all they do and the kindness the volunteers show my Uncle. They are so respectful and a real day brighter as they are the only social contact he might have on some days. Thank you!”
Deborah

“I look forward to the meals each day!”
Edna

“We truly appreciate the efforts of all your drivers, meals plus the security check. I cannot say enough.”
Nadine

“Before starting the program, I had to skip meals to pay for other living expenses. Now, I don’t have to worry.”
Ludie

“What do you enjoy most about volunteering?”

“Meeting all the clients and seeing how happy they are when we bring them the meals.”
Volunteer

“It’s the ultimate reward in life, assisting our clients to help them remain in their homes. It’s like having 100 grandparents!”
Volunteer

“Getting to know people and feeling like I belong in the community.”

Volunteer