Serving Up Nutritious Meals for the Next 50 Years
Thanks to the generosity of major donors, amazing volunteers and a caring community, we opened our new sustainable facility on Monday, November 21 at 1534 Shore Drive in Beloit. The new facility has better access to accommodate more volunteers, a covered awning to load cars, a parking lot and it is specifically designed to meet our unique needs.
Answers to frequently asked questions including how you can get involved:
Where is the new location? 1534 Shore Drive (corner of Maple Avenue).
When will the new sustainable building be ready? We moved in the weekend of November 18-20, 2022.
How can I help? We truly appreciate everyone’s consideration in helping us reach more unserved and underserved seniors in need—here are some of our current needs:
- Financial donations for the building—if you would like to support the growth of our program, please donate to the building fund on this page.
- Financial donations to feed our seniors—if you would like to buy a senior a meal, please donate on this page.
- Volunteer delivery—in our expanded role, we need more volunteers to deliver (about one hour per month), please contact us on this page.
- Volunteer office—some people like to help in the office by helping with cards, flowers, and more! Please contact us to let us know what you’d like to help with on this page.
Did someone donate the land? Early 2022, the City of Beloit generously donated land to Beloit Meals On Wheels; we purchased parcels on Beach Avenue.
When did you break ground? April 26, 2022 (see video).
About: The 2,500 sq. ft. sustainable facility is a landmark designed to sustain and provide for generations to come. With a 100 percent capacity increase, we are better positioned to fit the growing needs of our at-risk, homebound seniors by keeping them connected to vital services like daily nutritious meals, safety checks, wellbeing reminders, and much more.