Meals On Wheels Service

While we are very proud of the fact that our national program has reached a service level of over 31 million meals per annum, the great need in our country keeps us ever reminded that our work for the less fortunate will never end. While our national program currently comprises over 700 service points – aided by over 1400 voluntary helpers – the cries of those whom we have yet to reach keep us ever focused on our expansion plans – which, of necessity, are always big plans.

With 27% of our population unemployed, and with a reported 14 million people going to bed hungry every night, we are always looking for ways and means of expanding and improving our various services to humanity.
700 Service Points, 1400+ Volunteers
Ready for Service. Part of a fleet of over 280 vehicles
A typical Meals on Wheels Community Services delivery vehicle
Really hard work to feed really hungry people
Healthy, Hearty and Delicious
In certain situations, a hamper is the best solution

Donate Now!

For R15 a meal, we are able to feed the hungry. 
Every single contribution helps us take another step towards our goal of a hunger free South Africa!
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Thank you
To Donate One Meal or More

Simply text the word MEAL to the appropriate number below and we will do the rest.
The first 5 text messages below will be billed at standard rates.

South Africa

Text the word MEAL to 39055 (Each SMS is billed at R15, which will donate a Meal)


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Currently Meals on Wheels Community Services operates via more than 700 service points throughout the country, delivering over 31 million meals annually.
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Local Tel: 086 00 00 700 (8.30am-5.00pm)
Local Fax: 086 767 5019
Global Tel: +27 16 362 2561
Global Fax: +27 86 767 5019
National Public Relations Office
73 Cypress Avenue, Meyerton,
South Africa, 1960
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