717 North 10th Street, Abilene, Texas 79601
(325) 672-5050
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Serving over 1,250 seniors and adults with disabilities in the Abilene area and Runnels County.

“The mission of Meals on Wheels Plus is to enhance the quality of life for seniors and other eligible adults by providing nutritionally balanced meals and supportive services.” The meals are delivered to the homes by approximately 700 trained volunteers. Meals on Wheels serves people who live in Abilene, Ballinger, Eula, Hamby, Hawley, Hodges, Potosi, and Winters.

2019 Music for Meals

2019 Runnels County Music for Meals 
For the past two years, Meals on Wheels Plus in Abilene and Meals For The Elderly in San Angelo have hosted Music for Meals to help provide home delivered meals all year long in Runnels County.  There are over 150 frail elderly, as well younger adults with disabilities, being served.  Last year $19,822 was raised and  went a long way to help fund meals in Runnels County.  

Please consider a Runnels County Music for Meals donation or sponsorship.  It will help provide for those in need in Ballinger, Miles, Norton, Pumphrey, Rowena and Winters

Click Sponsorship Information for details on Sponsorship levels.

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If you are interested in event tickets they are $15 per person and to-go plates will be available at the drive-thru for $10.  Raffle tickets for a Ruger American Wolf Camo 30-06 22” and a Zenith SE12T Excellence 12 Gauge O/U are $5 each or five for $20.  Event tickets can be purchased on-line or by contacting Betty Bradley in Abilene.

 If you have questions please contact  

Betty L. Bradley, Executive Director – Meals on Wheels Plus in Abilene
P.O. Box 903 – Abilene, TX 79604    325-672-5050
bbradley@mealsonwheelsplus.com  Serving Ballinger, Norton, Pumphrey, Rowena, & Winters



Abilene Gives Thank-You

Because of your generous support during this years Abilene Gives, Meals on Wheels Plus received over $12,000 in donations. That is an amazing amount of money that will go toward helping those in need in the our community, as will as those in Runnels County. 

The Community Foundation of Abilene Makes Dream Come True

The Community Foundation of Abilene made a long-time Meals on Wheels dream come true!  Our Case Managers have been asking for laptop computers to use when making home visits for several years. When the Meals on Wheels Board of Directors researched it in 2011, there were a number of problems, but last year Meals on Wheels took another look at the Case Manager’s dream and it finally looked like that dream was within reach. If we could only find a way to purchase three laptops, software, etc!

An application was submitted to the Community Foundation of Abilene (CFA) for a grant to be used to purchase three laptop computers.  The Case Managers were thrilled when the CFA approved our application in their fall funding cycle.  Now the Case Managers no longer have to hand write all of the information when making home visits. It is a great improvement over the practice of recopying everything by hand to make it legible and more complete. 

Thanks to the Grant Distribution Committee, CFA Trustees and Foundation Donors, the Case Managers home visits are now much more efficient and reduce the time spent recording information in the home.  That also makes it possible for the Case Manager to focus on the individual and make the visits more meaningful. 

Dreams do come true.  Just ask Nancy, Erma & Martha!

The time to act is now! Please write and call our Congressmen in Washington, DC and tell them: Do not eliminate the Social Services Block Grant that Meals on Wheels Plus depends on for 39% of their $2.1 million annual budget.

Cute Teddies for Veterans VDAY 2018

Abilene's Surviving Families of Fallen Warriors
makes Valentine's Day special for Veterans

A large donation of adorable teddy bears from the Surviving Families of Fallen Warriors made it possible to add a sweet touch to Valentine's Day meal deliveries for our veterans. Many of our veterans received this special surprise with their

Breakfast Program Suspended Due to Lack of Funding

breakfast storyMeals on Wheels Plus is suspending its three-day-a-week breakfast program due to a financial shortfall. The community can help by making financial donations and also by volunteering to deliver meals. Whenever a volunteer driver isn’t available for a route, a staff person has to fill in and is paid mileage, which adds to expenses. To donate money or to volunteer, contact the office at 672-5050 or donate online. Checks may be mailed to Meals on Wheels Plus, 717 N. 10th St., Abilene, 79601.  

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  Please click on the above logo and enjoy
 a quick video showing the 40 years of
Meals on Wheels Plus.

Special thanks to KTXS-TV and Wayne McCormick for making this video possible.

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