From the Executive Director

Update on COVID-19 effects on our services.

May 19, 2020

Since the beginning of March, we have had to move quickly and pivot seamlessly to not only to be able to continue the work we usually do during this COVID-19 virus, but also to adapt to a world with totally different rules and circumstances in order to care for Yolo County’s hungry seniors.

We are very grateful for the ongoing support from the community both financially and otherwise.  We understand that this is a difficult time for everyone, each in their own way.

We continue to provide at least 5 meals each week, along with much extra food (fruit, snacks, etc.), so that our clients are eating well. We are presently working on an initiative to include breakfast in our deliveries, and possibly some personal care items (toilet paper, toothpaste, etc.) for those homebound folks who need it.

We have brought everyone from our waiting list on to our program, and, as more people call to inquire about the program, if they are eligible, we invite them to join as well.

We will continue to adapt to this ever-changing situation as needed and continue to provide the vital services that help our community during very challenging times.

Thank you all for your ongoing support that means so much to all of us in the Meals on Wheels family and of course, to our seniors.

Christi Skibbins

Executive Director


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