“March for Meals” Initiative in Hastings

In Community, Local, News

March 23rd, 2018 (Hastings)

Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is pleased to announce its participation in the North American 2018 March for Meals Initiative in Hastings and throughout Northumberland County.

Pictured (l-r) Sarah Higgins – Program Assistant – Doris – Meals on Wheels volunteer and Councillor Mike Metcalf – Municipality of Trent Hills (owner of Banjo’s Grill).

“We are hoping this initiative with bring attention to our hot Meals on Wheels service available in Campbellford.” said Trish Baird – Executive Director of Community Care Northumberland.  “It’s more than meal; it’s also a quick security check on a loved one.”

Community Care Northumberland’s hot meals provider in Hastings is Banjos Grill, located at 3 Bridge Street South.  The Meals on Wheels program is available to seniors and adults with disabilities who cannot cook for themselves or easily shop for groceries for $6.00 per meal.  Local volunteers pick up the packed meals there at 11:45 am and deliver them directly to client’s home over the lunch hour.  This service operates on Wednesdays.

Banjo’s, who have been working in partnership with CCN for many years, provides meals that are hearty in portion and for convenience; clients are also billed at the end of the month.

“The Meals on Wheels program allows people to live in the home where they have spent their adult lives creating memories,” said Baird.  “It takes some of the stress off of the shoulders of loved ones and caregivers and it provides relief and comfort.”

Do you know someone in the Town of Hastings who could benefit from the Meals on Wheels program?  Call Community Care Northumberland office in Hastings (705)696-3891 or in Campbellford at (705)653-1411.

For more information about the Meals on Wheels visit www.commcare.ca/mow.html

Pete Fisher
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Has been a photojournalist for over 30-years and have been honoured to win numerous awards for photography and writing over the years. Best selling author for the book Highway of Heroes - True Patriot Love

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