Meals on Wheels Oklahoma City partnered with the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma on Saturday, July 11 to distribute emergency food boxes to homebound seniors.
Volunteers helped to distribute the 725 boxes to low-income, homebound seniors across the Oklahoma City metro area. The emergency food boxes contain about 30 pounds of shelf-stable foods such as canned vegetables and soups, canned meats and sauces, pasta and juice.
Meals on Wheels Oklahoma City is a program of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church.
"We are so grateful for this partnership with St. Luke’s United Methodist Church,” said Deb Bunting, interim CEO of the Regional Food Bank. “Their hard work ensures that some of the metro’s most vulnerable residents know where their next meals will come from.”
Food assistance remains available at more than 300 Regional Food Bank partners across central and western Oklahoma. Visit rfbo.org/get-help to find a pantry in your area.
The Regional Food Bank also offers SNAP application assistance. Visit rfbo.org/SNAP to learn more.
Founded in 1980, the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is the state’s largest hunger-relief nonprofit, serving 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma. The Regional Food Bank works with more than 1,300 community-based partner agencies to provide food assistance to chronically hungry children, seniors living on limited incomes and hardworking families struggling to make ends meet. Each week, the Regional Food Bank distributes 1 million pounds of food including fresh produce.
The Regional Food Bank is a food-delivery model food bank. Our service area covers 53 counties in central and western Oklahoma, a 48,000-square-mile region. Partner agencies access an online ordering system to order needed food and the Regional Food Bank delivers the orders based upon a pre-established delivery schedule.