Ursuline girls cheerfully assembling the MOW Spring fundraising letter for mailing.
These are a few of MOW clients “FAVORITE THINGS”!
Nearly everybody’s favorite time of day is the MORNING!
And for those who have a favorite BASEBALL team it’s all Yankees!
All-time favorite MOVIES mentioned most are: Gone with the Wind, Casablanca and The Great Gatsby. Among TV shows, Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy, Match Game, Blue Bloods and Masterpiece Theatre top most list.
And, of course, Christmas, Passover, Easter and Thanksgiving are the BEST…..because they bring loved ones together!!!!
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On Monday March 18, to celebrate Community Champions Week, Mayor Noam Bramson came to meet, greet and thank MEALS-on-WHEELS of New Rochelle volunteers as they set out to deliver a hot noon meal (and optional cold supper) to homebound men and women throughout the City. Every day of the year at 11 am MOW volunteers gather at Montefiore New Rochelle to pick up their hot meals, sandwiches, desserts and beverages before setting out on their appointed delivery routes. The Mayor is pictured helping and cheering on Monday's regular group: Partners Cora Schwartz and Natali Wind, David and Kathy Lakowitz as well as Francis Okelo, Terri Gifford and Maureen Pallotta.
Their favorite volunteer just delivered a hot meal and a warm greeting!
Meals-on-Wheels of New Rochelle is grateful for all its volunteers who deliver hot and cold meals to their homebound neighbors throughout the year — Monday through Friday, weekends and holidays…
Setting out on a frigid day to deliver meals…
CORTLANDT MANOR, NY, FEBRUARY 28, 2019 – The Field Hall Foundation has awarded a $10,000 grant to Meals-on-Wheels of New Rochelle. The grant will be used to cover the cost of the daily supplemental meal to its clients for a year. The Meals on Wheels of New Rochelle has more than 50 volunteers who deliver hot meals seven days a week, 365 days a year, to approximately 45 clients.
This grant is part of the Field Hall Foundation’s inaugural grant cycle, in which $274,000 was awarded to eight grantees. Information on all recipients in the first cycle, as well as grant guidelines and important dates can be found on the Foundation’s website: http://www.fieldhallfoundation.org.
L-R: Lorraine Clesse and Pat Showers, of Meals on Wheels of New Rochelle, Patti Horvath, of Field Hall Foundation, and Frances Stachnik and Kathleen Mazzillo, Meals on Wheels of New Rochelle’s Board President and Vice President
The month of March mobilizes hundreds of local Meals on Wheels programs across the country to reach out to their communities and build the support that will enable them to serve America's seniors all year long. The 17th annual March for Meals campaign gives the businesses, organizations, governments and volunteers who contribute so generously in their communities an opportunity to support homebound seniors in a variety of ways to make America stronger and healthier.