Your donation makes a difference to keeping people healthy in our community.
Maintain your independence with meals brought to your home.
A huge selection of meals because variety is the spice of life.
Order a 3 course hot lunch or frozen entrées and desserts for whichever days you need.
Our volunteers love their job and the joy of delivering more than a meal.
46 Years, Infinite Kilometres,
and Countless Meals
Oakville Meals on Wheels (OMoW) provides nutritious hot lunches and frozen entrees, Monday through Friday. OMoW goes above and beyond fresh and nutritious meal delivery by providing personalized service along with a wellness check to ensure clients are healthy, safe and thriving while continuing to live independently.
Throughout the past year, Oakville Meals on Wheels experienced a dramatic increase of nearly double, in the need for subsidized meal delivery to the broader community. Generous donations have enabled us to respond to this need. The dedication of our volunteers and monetary donations from individuals, corporations and foundations make all this possible. Please visit each link below for further information on how you can support OMoW and other vulnerable members of our community. Please donate today.
Meals on Wheels began in England during World War II and was introduced in Canada in Brantford, Ontario in 1963. In 1976, the Kiwanis Club of Oakville inaugurated a Meals on Wheels program in Oakville. The Oakville Kiwanis Meals on Wheels delivered its first meal in October of that year and has been operating continuously on a weekly basis ever since. Since our establishment 45 years ago, and our team of dedicated volunteers have delivered over 1 million meals to residents including seniors and other adults needing assistance.
A variety of meals
We are pleased to offer a wide selection of delicious entrees, home-made soups and entrees with fresh vegetables, delivered to your door.
Make a Difference
Oakville Meals on Wheels delivers much more than just a good meal, it opens the door to a social connection and shows those often living alone, that there are people who care about them in their community.
It makes a world of difference to those who receive it supporting their health, wellbeing, improving their quality of life, alleviating food insecurity and providing peace of mind to their families and caregivers.