Last Thanksgiving, Meals On Wheels of Central Maryland made one big change that helped them save on maintenance fees and fuel costs, double their number of delivery fans, and serve an additional 1,000 meals per month.
The difference? A new fleet of vans with improved heating and cooling elements, which helped the organization streamline and improve its meal delivery program. As a result, MOW-CM was able to deliver 940,000 meals to more than 2,400 Baltimoreans this year.
Two thousand Baltimoreans donated their time and effort to Meals on Wheels this year. The holidays are a great time to get involved; find out about volunteer opportunities here.
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