Meals on Wheels

The goal of PVI Meals on Wheels is to increase food security and access to nutritious food; keeping older adults and adults with disabilities well-nourished and healthy, living independently in their own homes. Every week, Peninsula Volunteers delivers over 3,000 hot, nutritious meals to primarily homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in San Mateo County who are unable to cook and shop for themselves.

Key Objectives –
Eliminate food insecurity

Delivering daily meals, with additional meals provided for holidays and weekends to eligible recipients, eligibility is based on being primarily homebound, rather than income. MOW meals provide at least 1/3 of an adult’s recommended daily nutritional intake and are prepared with strict nutrition oversight, no added salt and low amounts of fat and sugar.

Direct health monitoring

The daily safety and wellness check provided during meal delivery is vital to the safety and wellbeing of the participants. Staff & volunteer delivery personnel are trained to be alert to changing or immediate critical safety needs.

Assessment and referral

In-home assessments by the MOW Program Manager and interns provide primary data to track and monitor clients’ nutritional health status. Initial assessments upon enrollment are followed by re-assessments every 6 months – referrals are provided to other community services as appropriate.

Service Area

We serve most of San Mateo County (from Daly City to Menlo Park.  If you live outside San Mateo County click here to search for your local Meals on Wheels program.

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Meal Delivery

Meals on Wheels has a staff of professional drivers and dedicated volunteers who deliver meals to your home.  We deliver meals Monday-Friday between 9:30am-1:30pm.

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Our Monthly Menu

There is a daily menu which changes each month; it is published 2-5 days prior to the first of each month. Menu changes may occur without prior notice if a food item is unavailable.

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News & Upcomming Events

PVI Receives $75,000 grant from the Peninsula Health Care District

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) is pleased to announce that it has received a $75,000 grant from the Peninsula Health Care District’s (PHCD) Community Grants Program. This grant will support PVI’s mission to support seniors through its Meals on Wheels and Rosener House Adult Day Services programs. “The Peninsula Health Care District Board of Directors is… Read more

Share the Love Event with Subaru

We’re incredibly grateful to Subaru retailers and Putnam Subaru in Burlingame for supporting our organization and the seniors we serve. With that in mind, we thought you might want to learn a little bit more about the Share the Love Event. HERE’S HOW IT WORKS November 16, 2017, through January 2, 2018, for every new… Read more

PVI Celebrates 70 Years! 1957-1967

Forward Thinking Women Pioneered the Start of Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. by Chris Berry, Director of Development This fall marks the 70th Anniversary of PVI’s founding as a pioneering organization serving the needs of senior citizens on the Peninsula. The group of forward-thinking women didn’t have similar organizations to model the programs after. There were no… Read more

Meals On Wheels Make Daily Impact

Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) Meals on Wheels program is always looking to improve and we are proud to announce that we are now partners with the, Meals on Wheels America (MOWA) America, Let’s Do Lunch campaign. This campaign connects volunteers with local Meals on Wheels programs. The campaign network has over 2 million volunteers making… Read more

Sodium And Potassium Key to a Healthful Diet

Sodium is a mineral that occurs naturally in food and is essential for health. Salt, or sodium chloride, is the main source of sodium in the American diet. Several vital body functions require sodium, such as: maintaining hydration, transmitting nerve impulses, regulating blood pressure, and maintaining muscle activity. Potassium is another mineral essential for good… Read more

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To learn more about our Meals on Wheels program and the benefits that we provide, please call 650-323-2022 or click on profile.

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