March for Meals

With Your Help, Let's Raise $60,000 . . . 

TO HELP END SENIOR HUNGER AND ISOLATION IN OUR COMMUNITY!

The 2017 March for Meals is just around the corner! This year, we hope to raise $60,000 to continue to help older adults through our local Meals on Wheels Program all year around.

Because of support from you, we provide over 100,000 meals to more than 800 individuals we serve annually. To maintain this level of service, we must raise $100,000 from the community each year. Thanks to you, March for Meals accounts for more than half of that amount.

You can help support this critical community program, and now it's easier than ever to raise donations! Simply click the Crowdfunding button below, then click on "Become a Fundraiser" to set up your March for Meals fundraising page. Or download and print a donation form by clicking the Donation form button below, then collect donations in person from your friends. 

To watch a video about March for Meals produced by Meals On Wheels America (MOWA), please click the button below.

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  • "Thank you so much . . . just having someone come to my door gives me something to look forward to."
Meals on Wheels volunteer driver Bill Paul and Ellie Hill Smith, representative for House District 90, load up to deliver meals on Community Champions Day, 2016.

Meals on Wheels volunteer driver Bill Paul and Ellie Hill Smith, representative for House District 90, load up to deliver meals on Community Champions Day, 2016.

Community Champions Day

Elected officials, community leaders and prominent figures will show their support by signing on to advocate against senior hunger. Some deliver Meals on Wheels on March 9, joining their peers around the country who also participate as Community Champions. 

last year, these Community Champions helped deliver meals 

Mayor John Engen; Deb Frandsen, Regional Director for Sen. Jon Tester; City Council members Gwen Jones, Julie Armstrong, Michelle Cares; County Commissioners Jean Curtiss, Stacy Rye & “Cola” Rowley; Kirsten Pabst, Missoula County Attorney; Ellie (Hill) Smith, Representative HD 90; MAS Governing Board members Renee Hofeldt, Karl Jones & Treasurer Jonathan Weisul

other community champions who also showed support in 2016

Governor Steve Bullock & First Lady Lisa Bullock; Senator Jon Tester; Senator Steve Daines; Representative Ryan Zinke; City Council member John DiBari; Police Chief Mike Brady; MAS Governing Board Chair Margaret McManus; Joyce Dombrouski,Chief Acute Services Officer, Providence Health & Services;  MAS Governing Board Secretary Barbara Blanchard; singer Huey Lewis 

Thanks to our Sponsors!

Thanks to our sponsors who support the 2017 March for Meals!

To learn about sponsorship opportunities, contact khungerford@missoulaagingservices.org

What is Meals On Wheels America?

Meals On Wheels America is the oldest and largest national organization composed of and representing local, community-based Senior Nutrition Programs. Its mission is to provide national leadership to end senior hunger.