NASCAR’s Austin Dillion delivers meals in O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 pace car

NASCAR racer Austin Dillion experienced racing history April 9 with racing legend Jimmy McElreath when he delivered meals in the official pace car for the O’Reilly Auto Parts 300. The delivery was a partnership between Meal On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County and NASCAR to kick off Texas Motor Speedway’s race week. Jimmy and Shirley, […]


Fall 2013: News and Food for Thought [Volunteer News]

Letter from VP of Volunteer Services Why do the meal recipients change on your delivery route? Many times the meal recipient may have an appointment or decides to make other arrangements for their meals. We have MANY route changes daily with meal recipient appointments and schedule changes. The volunteer department manages 214 delivery routes throughout […]

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No Sequester on Hunger [Fort Worth Weekly]

Automatic federal funding cuts known as sequestrations are trickling down and coming dangerously close to the stomachs of poor, elderly, and disabled Tarrant County residents who receive home-delivered meals. The measure that took effect March 1 is expected to cut $1.2 trillion over 10 years from government agencies. Continue Reading


March 2013: News and Food for Thought [Volunteer News]

Share the Love Thank you for giving your time to serve those who need love the most. This Spring, share your love for Meals On Wheels, Inc. of Tarrant County. Please tell your friends and family about what you do as a volunteer and remember your service as a Meals On Wheels volunteer is the […]