Beloit Meals On Wheels provides daily nutritious meals and information to promote dignity and independence to the homebound elderly, ill and disabled.
Beginning July 12, 1971, the Beloit Meals On Wheels program initiated its history of service to the homebound—the elderly, ill and disabled residents of the Greater Beloit area who were unable to prepare meals for themselves. Today, we continue to serve a broad spectrum of clientele, meeting their varied needs, be they on a short-term basis while recuperating from an illness or surgery, for long-term recuperation, or as a more permanent means of food service.
Our program serves the Greater Beloit community whose residents find themselves in need of therapeutic diets or seven-day-a-week service. The Beloit Meals On Wheels program does not discriminate against clients on the basis of sex, race, national origin, age, color, handicap, creed, or marital status.
Get in touch with Beloit Meals On Wheels