As an extra-special treat, Bay Aging Meals on Wheels recipients will be receiving handmade cards and well wishes such as “Enjoy your LOVEly meal!”
“The people who receive home-delivered meals feel a special sense of value and appreciation for the cards and all the good wishes,” said Bay Aging president/CEO Kathy Vesley. “Bay Aging is proud to partner with Meals on Wheels America’s annual Love Letters Campaign to bring a little more love—along with a meal—to our very special Meals on Wheels recipients.”
In the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck, thousands of older adults and people living with disabilities struggle each day with the ability to pay for basic living needs—including food. The coronavirus exacerbated the need to provide nutritious meals for older adults and people with health conditions that place them at high risk for becoming infected with the virus.
These people are now more confined to their homes to stay safe. Last year, Bay Aging volunteers delivered just un...
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