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Clinic receives $50,000 Grant to Support Meals on Wheels

We are excited to announce a $50,000 investment from the city of Crawfordsville in support of the Meals on Wheels (MOW) program. This investment will allow us to better meet the nutritional needs of seniors in our community.

The goal of MOW is to provide our homebound senior citizens daily access to fresh, high-quality, nutritional meals—all at an affordable price that eliminates any financial barriers. Meals will be prepared daily by our longtime hospital partner, Franciscan Health.

Our 100+ volunteers will help to pack, plan routes, and deliver more than 15,000 meals every year.

We extend our gratitude to Mayor Barton for his support in driving this initiative. Pat Stull, Meals on Wheels Program director, expresses her enthusiasm for the Investment; “MOW has been feeding seniors in our community since 1969.

This ARPA (American Recovery Plan Act) grant will improve the quality of the meal and expand the program to reach more needy seniors.” Not only that, but Stull hopes to “develop a social interaction piece to the program as 77% of our clients live alone.”

Volunteers may call us at 765-366-5611 to check on route availability.

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