Federal budget cuts would reduce services to senior residents.
TESTIMONIAL 1 “I’ve had the incredible opportunity this past summer to participate in the Meals on Wheels of Tarrant county internship. It was an intensive, selective, educational 10-week program with interns that came from all over. I was the first to attend from the University of Incarnate Word, and what an honor it was to […]
Meals On Wheels is accepting Valentine’s Day cards for our clients. If you would like to show our clients that you are thinking of them, please deliver your Valentine’s cards to the Meals On Wheels office, located at 5740 Airport Fwy, Fort Worth, TX 76117 no later than February 9th. Please note: although we have […]
By Keith Harrison Words are powerful. They are rich and colorful and have the ability to enhance our lives. They can describe love, joy, heartache, and sadness. Despite their capacity to help us communicate with others, there are times when words are woefully inadequate to express the depths of the human soul. This is one […]
By Keith Harrison A lot of us question the wisdom of jumping out of a perfectly good airplane. Jim had no choice but to jump. He had just been shot down over France. Now at the age of 96, Jim has spent most of his life with his head in the clouds. Jim was born […]
Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County provides nutritious, home-delivered meals to the homebound elderly and disabled residents of Tarrant County, Texas. In this client spotlight, meet 87-year-old Jokie.
By Keith Harrison This man can talk your ear off, but I can assure you that nobody who takes the time to call or sit down with Jack is looking at their watch or thinking of how they can politely end the conversation. Even at 91-years old, Jack is just one of those guys with […]
— By Iris Bruton Beulah was born in March of 1910 in Marmaduke, Arkansas. Just in case you are a little rusty on your math, that makes her 105-years old! She had the unique blessing of being a triplet, in a family of 13 children, which also included two sets of twins. Her family moved […]
— By Keith Harrison On January 9th, one of our devoted volunteers saved a client’s life. That is a big claim, but it is true…and a lot more common than you might think. This particular client is an elderly woman with dementia who lives alone in Fort Worth. The details are a little sketchy, but […]