Fluvanna Meals on Wheels

We deliver smiles!


Fundraising and Events  

Find us on Facebook!

Attractions Dining Guides Are Here!

Attractions Dining and Value Guide!

Click the book to order or contact the office for more information.


Join us Saturday, September 26, 2015

From 10 am to 12 pm

at Saints Peter and Paul Church

Suggested Donation $10

Raffle Items and Door Prizes from Jefferson Pharmacy, Dominos, Il Castello, ME2, IHOP, El Tesoro Mexican Deli, and Salon DeShano.

Visit Jenny and Natasha on Zumba with Jenny and Natasha! 

for more information.


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Our Board Of Directors  

Lisa Himes, Chair

Ann Cagle, Vice Chair

Jackie Geer, Secretary

Kendra Stribling, Treasurer

Cindy Anderson

Marian Blackford

Helen Carter

George Gorman

Jeff Haislip

Ronald Krauss

Bonnie Nix

Rhon Williams


Cooler weather means the holidays are


Time for warm coats, turkey and football, and every kid’s favorite—snow days!

But what does this mean for our Meals on Wheels clients?

When inclement weather hits, and the schools (and subsequently JABA and FMOW) close, our clients do not receive their daily lunchtime meal. In the past, we have had closures that have lasted for over a week. For many of our clients, that means no warm meals or community contact during that time.

To alleviate the hardship to our clients, Fluvanna Meals on Wheels asks the community to fill and donate Emergency Food Bags so that we may deliver these bags before the winter storms hit. These “E-Bags” contain 5 full meals, which our clients are to use in the event that we are unable to deliver their lunchtime meals.

Last year, we were able to collect enough bags for four rounds of deliveries! The Sheriff’s office and the American Heritage Girls were able to deliver more than 250 E-Bags to our clients in preparation for storms and closures.

If you know of anyone who might be interested (or if you are interested) in sponsoring Emergency Food Bags for our clients, please share this information with friends, churches, or other community organizations.

Once you have decided how many bags you would like to fill and donate, please contact us and we will provide you with the bags and additional information.

As always, we are grateful for all that you do and for your continued support of our clients and the Meals on Wheels mission!


Emergency Food Bag Dropoff
Meals on Wheels Office - 105 Crofton Plaza, Suite 8

November 2-13, 2015
Monday – Friday (10-11:30 am and 12-5 pm)

* Please notify the office staff or leave a note with your name and the number of bags dropped off

Points of Contact - Office: 589-1685, Kathryn Hunter: 589-7670, Briana Taylor: 825-5874

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