“If It Weren’t for Him, I Probably Wouldn’t Be Alive”

For years, Michael Clark earned his living cooking and baking food. But a massive stroke in 2007 abruptly altered his life. After being discharged from the hospital, he quickly realized he was unable to tackle the daily rituals of everyday life. A concerned neighbor notified Adult Protective Services, which determined Mr. Clark desperately needed help. That’s how he met Jose Perez almost a decade ago. Mr. Perez works for the in-home care division of Meals on Wheels Central Texas as a personal care attendant and he quickly became an indispensable part of his new client’s life.

Summer Substitute Volunteers Needed

Looking for a rewarding volunteer experience this summer? Meals on Wheels Central Texas has immediate openings for substitute volunteers across the Greater Austin area.

PALS Paddle & Play Day - Photos and Recap

The community helped raise over $4,400 for our PALS program at our first PALS Paddle & Play Day!

Meet MOWCTX’s New CEO, Adam Hauser

Adam Hauser’s fierce passion for helping the homebound was triggered by a single tray of food three decades ago.

Federal Funding for Meals on Wheels at Risk

Meals on Wheels organizations across the U.S. will find out in a few weeks whether proposed funding cuts that reduce federal dollars to MOW programs are included in the White House’s final 2018 budget plan.