Meals on Wheels of West Los Angeles

Since 1976, Meals on Wheels of West Los Angeles, a non-profit, volunteer community service organization has been providing nutritious meals and friendship to individuals who are unable to plan, shop, or prepare meals for themselves due to illness, disability, or advanced age.
Monday thru Friday, our volunteers deliver a hot midday meal and a cold supper to elderly and disabled individuals living in
·      Westwood (90024),
·      West Los Angeles (90025 & 90064),
·      Brentwood (90049), and
·      Bel Air (90077).
We deliver over 45,000 meals a year. Our volunteers visit daily with elderly and disabled individuals.  They serve as a critical link between that person and his/her family, loved ones, and neighbors. By giving their time as well as the use of their vehicles, our volunteers help ease any loneliness or isolation a client may feel.

Car Donation Program

Donate4cars

Donate Your Car, Boat, RV or Motorcycle to support us.
We have chosen Cars 4 Causes to process all of our vehicle and boat donations. Cars 4 Causes is America’s 1st vehicle donation organization, so rest assured they have the experience to get the most for our cause.  Please help us by donating today!

Made With Love - The Meals On Wheels Family Cookbook

Meals on Wheels of West Los Angeles is offering Made With Love: The Meals On Wheels Family Cookbook for sale. Proceeds benefit Meals on Wheels to help subsidize the program, keep meals affordable and allow more clients to be served.

The cookbooks are available for $30 at the MOW Office at 900 Hilgard Ave, or buy through Paypal

Made With Love: The Meals On Wheels Family Cookbook celebrates the importance of families eating together through personal stories of favorite family meals and recipes from noted personalities such as Paula Deen, Helen Mirren, former First Lady Barbara Bush, Mario Batali, Martha Stewart, Kurt Warner, Dr. Maya Angelou, Joan Rivers and many others.

For more information contact Meals on Wheels at 310 208-4028,  or email us

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