As we welcome in the New Year we would like to thank all our Clients, Volunteers and suppliers for their support over the last year,
what a challenging year it was and 2022 looks like to have its own ongoing challenges.
Without our Fabulous Volunteers we would not exist – they continue to support us in delivering meals using COVID safe practices like
Contactless Delivery, Masks, Social distancing and more
Our volunteers continue to uphold our mantra of more than a meal – they will report if something amiss or if they have concerns, we dont just drop at door – we still hold conversations and smile ( even tho its behind a mask)
Delivery of meals continues as normal- however we are delivering in a Contactless Manner – Volunteers will knock to advise meals have arrived but not enter homes.
we have put notices out to all clients and informed our Volunteers of Safe Delivery Protocols. Every folder that Volunteers instructions on how to safely deliver meals – this includes wearing face maks, keeping social distances, avoid contact with surfaces – we also supply disposable gloves and hand sanitizer
Keep safe all – lets get through this difficult time
JOIN US ON WEDNESDAY 28th August for ‘CUPPA FOR A CAUSE”
We will have Coffee, Tea and yummy treats available – Gold Coin Donation
Bunnings Albury has kindly donated some prizes and we will have tickets available
RSVP 26/8/19 or just pop in Shop 21/659 Young St Albury NSW 2640
Ph 0260412004, email: [email protected]
Albury Meals on Wheels inc., now stocks a supply of Frozen meals and sweets, these are offered as an alternative to our fresh cooked meals for those persons who may not require a daily delivery. The are available to be purchased at our Office.
For more information please contact or email the office.
We are so thankful and grateful to Albury Wodonga Connected Communities and Bendigo bank who has given Albury Meals on Wheels a grant for $1,100 for new eskies and ice bricks. Albury Wodonga Connected Communities (AWCC) have give to Non-profit organisations in our community $55,000 in the past 18 months. Bendigo Bank give AWCC profits that they make from accounts “tagged” for AWCC – all you need to do ask the teller at Bendigo Bank to “tag” your account OR think about opening an account with Bendigo Bank – They give back to the community!!!!
Again – Thank you AWCC and Bendigo bank
Attention all Volunteers, with renovations underway at the loading dock at Albury Wodonga Health – Albury Campus, we are now collecting the eskys from around in the staff at park – near the cafeteria. We have 2 car spaces set aside for our Volunteers and you will see the big dark pink Marquee where we will have the eskys ready to load.
THANKYOU to the Rotary Club of Albury-Hume who once again donated Easter Hampers, which 30 lucky clients were thrilled.
Welcome to our brand new website! Launched 6 Jul, 2016, we look forward to getting your feedback and keeping you up-to-date with all of the latest news from us, the team at Albury Meals on Wheels.