We work to change the lives of those who need it most.
Learn MoreAbout Us
Woodside Meals on Wheels is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to addressing the nutritional and social needs of homebound elderly citizens in Lower Bucks County, PA. Since we began delivering meals in 1975, we have provided over 500,000 meals to our neighbors.
Our meals are prepared by our partner, Pennswood Village, a continuing care retirement community in Newtown, PA. Every weekday from Monday through Friday, a team of dedicated volunteers comes together to deliver over seventy meals to clients. Our meals are delivered hot between 10:45am and 1:00pm. We pride ourselves in getting to know our clients and in making their days a little brighter by delivering a meal, a smile and a short visit. For our caring volunteers, having the opportunity to meet our clients and form relationships with them is the most gratifying part of serving with our organization. For clients’ families, it is comforting to know that a caring volunteer checks on their loved one each day.
To learn more about our services, please contact us at woodsidemealsonwheels@yahoo.
Program Eligibility and Meal Options
Our service is directed to individuals who live alone, can no longer drive and can no longer easily prepare their own meals.
Clients must live in our service area which includes parts of Langhorne, Penndel, Newtown, Yardley, Upper/Lower Makefield, Morrisville, Holland, Churchville, Richboro and Southampton, PA.
Clients can choose from two meal options:
– Dinner which includes a hot entrée with a vegetable and starch and a bag with cold items including a salad, dessert, a slice of bread and butter and a choice of beverage. This plan costs $3.75 per day.
– Dinner plus Snack which includes the items in the dinner package above plus a sandwich, a piece of fresh fruit, and an additional salad, dessert and beverage. This plan costs $5.50 per day.
You can apply for service by calling the Woodside MOW office at (215) 968-4233 or use the “Contact Us” tab on this web site. If you are unable to call, a family member, friend or other neighbor can make the call for you. Our volunteers are usually in the office between 8 AM and noon. If an office worker is not available, please leave a message and we will return your call within 24 hours.
Note: Some participants may be eligible for financial assistance from Bucks County Area Agency on Aging (BCAAA). If you need help with paying for meals, please call BCAAA at (267) 880-5700 and ask for Information and Referral.
See How We've Grown
Woodside Meals on Wheels was founded by a small group of women from Woodside Presbyterian Church who were seeking a way to help their community. In September, 1975, the organization created by-laws and incorporation documents and were granted non-profit status. We began our operation back then by serving two meals in Morrisville.
Now, more than 40 years later, Woodside Meals on Wheels serves more than 70 clients each day on eight different routes – Morrisville, Yardley, Newtown Borough, Newtown, Langhorne/Penndel, Richboro/Holland, Southampton and an overflow route.