Johnson County Committee on Aging Inc DBA Meals on Wheels of Johnson

Rating: 5 stars   14 reviews


106. E. Kilpatrick, Cleburne, Texas 76031 503 W Ferris Suite D, Waxahachie, Texas 75165 Cleburne TX 76031 USA


Meals-on-Wheels of Johnson & Ellis Counties serves the children of yesterday by helping needy homebound elderly and disabled people remain independent and healthy in their homes by providing home-delivered meals, daily personal contact, and support for individuals and their families.


We help over 2,800 individuals each year remain independent and healthy. Over 500 volunteers help us deliver meals and so much more to their elderly and disabled neighbors in need.


Needs being addressed by Meals-on-Wheels of Johnson & Ellis Counties are hunger, malnutrition, isolation, access to community resources, and the inability to maintain home setting. MOWJEC provides home delivered meals delivered by volunteers to frail, isolated elderly and disabled persons who cannot adequately prepare meals for themselves. MOWJEC now serves over 600 persons a day in both Johnson and Ellis Counties. The agency continues to grow with the help of local and community support,in spite of significant financial losses from federal and state budget cuts.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Awesome newsletters with individul stories of hope. Have share these as well as website to our local MOW (Tyler Texas) Perfect place of peace to know so many are being helped with passion and gratitude! Thank you MOW of Johnson and Ellis county! So proud of the CEO Vinson Farris for all of his rect awards and recogniton. As well as his awemoe staff! Keep up the good work!

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