Mom’s Meals Adds a Truck Route to Nodaway County to Better Serve Homebound Clients

August 9, 2021
For Immediate Release
Contact: Michael Stopka

Albany, MO – Young at Heart Resources and Mom’s Meals® have been partnering since the fall of 2020 to provide homebound individuals 60+ with home delivered meals. Through this partnership, Mom’s Meals has provided over 8,000 meals to older adults in Nodaway County since late September.

Because of the success and growth of this meal program, Mom’s Meals has established a truck route for its Nodaway deliveries. The company’s personable and professional staff deliver the meals into clients’ homes, and place them in a convenient location as requested by the client.

“We are enjoying our Mom’s Meals tremendously! Ordering is simple, and the staff is so helpful and friendly,” said Gwenn Cornell. “Customer service is outstanding, and the delivery is very dependable. We are very grateful to Young at Heart for providing these meals to us.”

“We are always reviewing our programs to make sure they best serve our older adults,” said Michael Stopka, CEO. “Every client receiving Mom’s Meals has been surveyed and I am happy to report that they are very satisfied with the meals.”

For more information on home delivered meals please call Young at Heart at 660-240-9400.

Young at Heart website  Young at Heart Resources is one of 10 planning and service agencies in Missouri. Its primary client groups are adults who are at least 60 years of age and their caregivers. The organization targets low income people but serves all income levels, asking only for voluntary contributions to expand services. It is unbiased in helping clients make informed choices. Young at Heart Resources promotes systems that maintain and enhance the quality of life for older adults, wherever they may live. It is funded by federal, state, and local resources, as well as contributions, and has served older adults in its 18-county public service area since 1973.  

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