Still serving, still growing – with a few adjustments!

Our meal recipients are homebound and have very few options when it comes to nutrition.  For that reason, we will always do everything possible to deliver meals without interruption.

COVID taught us valuable lessons and Meals on Wheels remains committed to daily meal delivery, while keeping the health and safety of both recipients and volunteers top of mind.

We are grateful for the tremendous support this community has shown for Meals on Wheels and those we serve.

Standard Operating Procedures


The Meals on Wheels office, located at 605 Clay Street, remains open. We have adjusted staff schedules and workspaces to minimize cross-over and contact. Our staff is fully vaccinated.

Visitors are welcome, but we ask that anyone who has not been vaccinated continue to wear a mask when visiting.


In-home client assessments have now resumed, with safety protocols in place.

Organizational meetings will be held both in person and virtually, at the discretion of participants.

Events & Training


Although restrictions have relaxed somewhat, we still feel that ride-along training is not advisable at this time.  Our online training videos (click link below to Volunteer page) provide comprehensive instruction to compliment the Volunteer Handbook.

Volunteer Page


With businesses shut-down, scaled back, and working remotely, Let’s Do Lunch as we knew it is postponed for a bit. Stay tuned – as our community returns to normal activity, we’ll be sure to offer it again!

Let’s Do Lunch…Later!


City Of Lynchburg COVID-19 Resources

Centra Health

Virginia Department of Health (VDH)

Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

United Way’s 211 Information and Referral Service

Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance – Coronavirus Resource