Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels, a program of Community Health Services at Michigan Medicine, seeks to reduce hunger and food insecurity in a culturally appropriate manner for the homebound in Ann Arbor area who, because of their health, are unable to shop and prepare a complete, nutritious meal.

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Meals are delivered Monday-Saturday to homebound members of our community. Participants can choose between a hot meal, sack lunch or both. Ensure is also available to those who are at nutritional risk. A sack lunch is available on Saturday for a Sunday meal. Learn More

Volunteers serve a critical role in helping us serve our homebound neighbors by delivering meals and conducting wellness checks, helping with yard clean up at client homes, bagging Ensure in the AAMOW office, and taking part in our Community Engagement Group. Learn More

As a community supported program of Michigan Medicine, we depend on the generous support of our community to sustain and expand our services. Financial support can be provided through direct gifts, bequests, annuities, stocks, trusts and more.
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