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Meals on Wheels Kendall County delivers frequent in-home visits that provide unique opportunities to meet nutritional needs, combat social isolation, address safety hazards, and provide holistic care.

Several months ago we decided to join the Meals on Wheels program and have been receiving meals daily. My former hasty assumptions were totally incorrect. They are tasty, of excellent variety, well prepared and nutritional.

— Tommy Bordelon

Being a volunteer driver for Meals on Wheels is an enriching experience for us. We have bonded with our clients (and their pets) and formed meaningful friendships. Knowing we are helping good folks in Kendall County with a warm meal and a smile is mutually rewarding. We’re proud to be a part of Meals on Wheels.

— Tom and Joey Adelstein

How Do You Qualify For Meals On Wheels Kendall County?

  • 60+ or caregiver of someone 60+
  • Resident of Kendall County
  • Not able to cook/prepare your own meals
  • Not able to leave your home
  • Not able to drive

We understand that every situation is different and we do make exceptions on a case-by-case basis. Please call us at 830-249-2114 if you have any questions about qualification.


Additional Delivery Services

  • Newspapers
  • Fans and Heaters
  • Flower Bouquets
  • Fresh Produce
  • Pet Food / Veterinary Care Services
  • Library Books
  • Supplemental Food Boxes
  • Emergency Meals and Supplies

How To Become A Volunteer​

We need your help! We are in need of volunteer drivers, intake specialists, kitchen volunteers, food packers, and other positions.

If you would like to make a difference in the lives of older adults please check out our Volunteer and Donate pages.