Thank you for connecting with Caledon Meals on Wheels. By linking with this page, we understand that as an individual, business, or community group, you either recognize or are interested in learning the value of the services that we offer to our community. You may also be interested in building a relationship with our agency and are looking for ways to engage. You will find all this information here, including helpful tips to partner with Caledon Meals on Wheels.
At Caledon Meals on Wheels, we know that the key to healthy ageing is staying active, nourished, and connected to others. Our programs and services strive to enhance health and wellness of our clients so that they can stay at home living independently for as long as possible.
For this reason, we encourage all community stakeholders to consider partnering with us to help our organization continue to meet these goals. Your support not only helps us to support seniors and people with disabilities, it also ensures that Caledon Meals on Wheels is here for you, or someone you care about, when you need us.
Thank you for your interest in Caledon Meals on Wheels. We are able to continue to provide the quality programs and services to Seniors and people with disabilities in our community, because of the generosity of our community partners, volunteers committee members and donors.
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