For most of us, the holidays are the most wonderful time of the year. We gather around tables overflowing with food, surrounded by the love and laughter of our friends and family.
But for someone with a serious illness, this season is rarely merry. Too sick to shop or cook for themselves, they sit down to an empty table—feeling disconnected, forgotten, and alone.
When you Celebrate with a Plate, you’ll feel good knowing you’re providing comfort and joy to a neighbor in need.
Our neighbors need us now more than ever.
The people we serve are among the most vulnerable to COVID-19. All of them have underlying medical conditions that make it more likely they’ll contract the virus, and many of them are also elderly—another significant risk-factor.
COVID-19 has increased demand for meals by 30%. With your help, we continue to meet this growing meed so that everyone can Celebrate with a Plate.
This Thanksgiving, perhaps for the first time, many of us will not be sharing the day with our families (chosen or biological). On November 26, God’s Love We Deliver, working with social distancing measures, will be ramping up to accomplish much what we always do: send each of our client’s a special turkey dinner, not only a meal for themselves, but a guest meal that they can safely share with a close friend, or save for a second personal celebration. Help us bring holiday joy — and delicious meals — to our clients and their families.
Thanks to the generous support of people like you, we delivered
8,000 holiday meals
for our clients and their guests last winter.
Meals that heal, delivered with love.
What began with one woman delivering a meal to a friend with a terminal illness, is now a community of 17,000 volunteers who deliver meals, dignity, and love to people too sick to cook or shop for themselves.
When you donate, you become part of a joy-filled community that provides so much more than food on a plate. Together, we can deliver compassion, connection, and care to someone who needs it most. Especially during the holidays.