No, we serve meals to anyone who is in need of temporary or long-term support accessing nutritious meals.
No, we offer the service to anyone in need of temporary or long-term support accessing nutritious meals. For example:
No, there is a fee for the service. There is a subsidy available for the Hot Meals program for those unable to pay the full cost of the meals. Please contact Erin Paisley at 905.584.2992 for more details.
Our hot and frozen meals are subsidized by our funders.
No, but you can tell us what you don't like and we'll make sure that you get an alternate option.
In 2012, 21,000 meals were delivered to clients in the Caledon and Orangeville area.
We serve over 450 clients throughout Caledon and Orangeville.
At some locations CMOW has to pay rent to use the facility, this amount is not fully subsidized so we charge a small nominal fee per session to pay for the rental cost.
If someone doesn't pay for their trip, or cancels the day of, CMOW is responsible for their full trip fee. Our trips are not subsidized, so it is a loss to our agency and could jeopardize the continuation of our trip program. Also, our suppliers (transportation, hotels/restaurants) require advance attendance numbers for their planning processes, to ensure everything goes smoothly the day of the trip.
We ask that everyone pre-register so that we have enough food available for everyone who attends the party.
No, the menu is set (either a hot or cold lunch), but please notify us of any allergies or food intolerances and we'll try to accommodate your request.
We have over 120 wonderful volunteers.
Yes, we have had students deliver meals over the summer, with a parent, or help out in the office or at special events and functions. If you are a student wanting to volunteer give us a call and we would love to find a good fit.
For more volunteer questions specific to a volunteer opportunity, visit our Volunteer Opportunity page.