ron mclean delivering to the oshaunessysWe are privileged to work with the brave men and women who have sacrificed to serve our country. We are also proud to support them and provide meals for many of our Oakville Veterans.

We are extremely grateful for the support of our local legions who contribute funds that help us to reach those that need our services.

Hockey Night in Canada sportscaster, Ron MacLean, delivers meals to Veteran Fraser O'Shaunessy and wife Rosemary.

meals on wheels recives cheque from bronte legion branch

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 486, Oakville. Presentation August 31st, 2016 
Comrade Mary Nieuwpoort, 2nd. Vice President & Poppy Chairman, Jacqui Gardner, Executive Director MOW, Comrade Fred Norman, President.


Meals on wheels receives Royal canadian legion chequeRoyal Canadian Legion Branch 114, Oakville. Presentation September, 2015, right Comrade Shirley Stacey, Poppy Chair, Comrade Brian L. Ray, C.F.P., Past President, Bob Griesbach, Board Chair and Jacqui Gardner, Executive Director.










Oakville Remembrance Day Parade November 6th, 2016. Royal Legion Oakville Branches 485 and 114







 Brian L. Ray, C.F.P. Past President Oakville R.C.L. Branch 114, Oakville Meals On Wheels Board Chair, Bob Griesbach and President, Steve Thomas, Oakville R.C.L. Branch 114 bring greetings.

Our Hours of Operation

Mon - Thurs:  9 AM - 3 PM

Friday:           9 AM - 1 PM

Closed all statutory holidays.

+1 (905) 842-1411

Oakville Meals on Wheels

165 Cross Ave. Suite 107
Oakville, ON
L6J 0A9

Volunteer: Fitzie James

fitzie james oakville meals on wheels

On April 10, 1981, Fitzie James began a remarkable 38 year career with Oakville Meals on Wheels. Fitzie embodies the true spirit of volunteerism: making a difference in the life of others, by giving selflessly of herself. Not only has she delivered a hot meal twice weekly for 38 of Meals on Wheels’ 40 years in Oakville, but she has also volunteered at Oakville Hospital pharmacy for 25 years, in Patient Transportation for 22 years and transports seniors to the Meals on Wheels program at the Sir John Colborne Center.

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Proper nutrition empowers seniors and those with disabilities to live fulfilled lives independently ...

a daily visit nourishes the soul, ensures connection with the community and

gives peace of mind to families.

Call 905-842-1411 to help your loved one maintain their independence.

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