Executive Director: Jodi Marra
Senior Center, 1117 Route 130 (Municipal Complex)
Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Robbinsville Meals on Wheels Now Part of Smile.Amazon Program!
Recently, Robbinsville Meals On Wheels, Inc., was approved to be part of the Smile.Amazon.com program.
When you order items from Smile.Amazon.com,.5 percent of your purchase will be donated to Robbinsville Meals On Wheels Incorporated. You must log onto Smile.Amazon.com. and choose Robbinsville Meals On Wheels Incorporated as your designated charity.
The Mercer County Nutrition program via Whitson’s Food Service Company is delivering take-out meals (boxed lunch or frozen) to seniors 60+years of age to the SC Monday-Friday, along with the Robbinsville Meals on Wheels program between the hours of 11 a.m. -12:30 p.m. MOW program has not been impacted. Volunteers continue to deliver meals to the home-bound.
In addition, Mercer County T.R.A.D.E. is picking up and delivering meals for its clients.
If you are a resident in need, please call Senior Center Manager Beth Rinyu or SC Assistant Pat Dupp at 609-259-1567.
They are called the "Golden Years."
However, for some in our aging community these years are tarnished by illness, loneliness, diminished capacity and a loss of independence. Family and friends may want to help, but do not know how.
Sometimes, there just isn't anyone around to help. In either case, folks have turned to the Township of Robbinsville "Meals on Wheels" program for help. Meals on Wheels helps seniors to remain independent, maintain nutritional health, act as a referral source and to live their life with dignity.
To Get a Meal or Become a Volunteer:
Contact: Jodi Marra
Interested in volunteering? (Download the flyer)
"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop
Volunteering with Meals on Wheels (MOW) provides the opportunity to make a direct and meaningful difference in the quality of someone's life. Volunteering also can help an individual grow both personally and professionally, explore alternative career directions, develop lasting friendships with clients and other volunteers, meet new people and gain hands on experience and training.
Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver not only vital nutrition, but more importantly a welcoming dose of friendship and a lasting social connection. MOW welcome volunteers from churches, synagogues, schools, corporations and others in the community willing to generously donate their time and talents so the organization can continuing serving the needs of Robbinsville Township for decades to come.