Rockland County Renews Meals on Wheels Contract with $950,000 Boost

In a vital move to support seniors in Rockland County, Director Martha Robles of the Rockland County Office for the Aging and County Executive Ed Day have renewed their partnership with Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland. The renewal includes an additional $950,000 in funding to provide home-delivered meals to eligible seniors, ensuring their well-being.

The ceremony, held at a local community center, celebrated the commitment to Rockland County’s elderly population. The additional funding demonstrates the county’s dedication to addressing the nutritional needs of seniors, expanding the program’s reach, and reinforcing their care and support.

Meals on Wheels Programs & Services of Rockland, with its dedicated volunteers, plays a crucial role in delivering nutritious meals and offering companionship to seniors. This contract renewal secures the program’s future, emphasizing the county’s commitment to a caring and supportive community for its seniors.

As the renewed partnership begins, Rockland County remains dedicated to providing essential services, helping seniors lead healthy and fulfilling lives without hunger or isolation.

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