Bloomington Meals on Wheels has been serving our neighbors in the Bloomington area for 40 years. Founded in 1973, our program provides nutritious meals to homebound people who are unable to cook for themselves due to illness, injury or disability. We ensure that our clients receive two good meals a day delivered by a friendly visitor.
Phone: (812) 355-8224 or: (812) 353-2248
Fax: (812) 822-3586
Meals on Wheels
2620 N. Walnut St., Suite 925
Bloomington, IN 47404
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COVID-19 Update 3/13/2020
After much planning and consultation with IU Health Bloomington Hospital we have decided to take the following steps to help protect our clients and volunteers from exposure to COVID-19.
Changes in delivery procedure
Please do not relay rumors or any information disputing CDC or Indiana State Department of Health information to clients.
The Volunteer Recognition Luncheon scheduled for April 21 will be postponed.
Temporary Volunteer Needs
Please share the need for temporary sub volunteers with your contacts. A description of the duties can be found here. Anyone wishing to be a temporary sub may complete an online application on our website www.bloomingtonmealsonwheels.org or through this link you may share.
If additional arrangements need to be made for picking up meals for distribution, I will share them through email.
Since joining Bloomington Meals on Wheels in August, I have been continually motivated by this wonderful community of volunteers. Your commitment and service to your Bloomington neighbors is Inspiring. I hope that together we can help our homebound friends though this challenging time.
Please contact me with questions or concerns. The office phone is 812-353-2248 or the answering service number is 812-855-8224.
Become an emergency delivery sub for Meals on Wheels!
Are you able to help fill in gaps in delivery due to the current COVID – 19 pandemic?
Volunteers are needed between 11:15 am – 1:00 pm Monday through Friday to fill short-term vacancies. Training will be provided. Please do not apply if you are ill or have traveled outside the US in the past 14 days.
If you can help, please click here to complete our Emergency Volunteer Application.
Thanks for a great 2019!
As we wrap up 2019, Meals on Wheels would like to thank all our wonderful volunteers, donors, partners, and service recipients for a great year. Together, we are an example of a community coming together to help each other through food and friendship. Let’s continue this spirit of neighborly care in 2020 and beyond!
Click the link below to view our 2019 newsletter.
MEALS ON WHEELS NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Carrie McHaley has been named as the Executive Director of Bloomington Meals on Wheels. McHaley has 15 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. An alumna of Indiana University, she also holds a master’s degree in Nonprofit Administration and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) and Certified Nonprofit Professional (CNP).
“My passion is with the small, but mighty, local organizations that provide human services. Bloomington Meals on Wheels is well-respected and an essential part of the Bloomington community. I am so fortunate to be joining such a well-developed and experienced community of volunteers. “
McHaley replaces Kathy Romy who has directed the program since 2010.
CONGRATULATIONS to the winner of the raffle of the motorized cooler at B-Town Boom on Wednesday, July 3 Drago Ivetic!
Meals on Wheels thanks Cook Medical for the donation of the cooler. We loved being a part of this event! Thanks to everyone who bought a ticket! And thanks to Cook for their generosity and being such a wonderful community partner.
Bloomington Meals on Wheels will raffle off a motorized cooler during B-Town Boom Block Party on July 3. Volunteers came to Cook Medical Headquarters On June 26 to sell tickets. They will be at Cook Polymer on Thursday, June 27, and will be on-site during the Block Party on Kirkwood on July 3!
Meals on Wheels volunteers Mike Romy and Jim VanOsdol sell raffle tickets for the motorized cooler to be raffled off at B-Town Boom.
Read more about Kathy Pratt, MoW volunteer, and listen to her story of service beginning Monday, May 13. Airing at 7:55 a.m. and 5:50 p.m. on 91.3 and 98.1FM WFHB Community Radio or online at http://wfhb.org/news/activate-kathypratt-mow/
“Thank you for helping feed our mother…when she returned home after brain surgery, the meals you brought her each weekday, along with your cheerful smiles, warm hugs, and friendly words helped her recover and thrive in the years when she could no longer work or drive. Angels on on your team!!”