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Shenhua Supports Meals on Wheels New Initiative

Publish Time:2014-05-06
 
Pictured at the Meals on Wheels Outing for volunteers and clients are Debbie Watson, Shenhua Community Liaison Officer, Colleen Fuller and MOW Businees Manager Andrew Cherry. Seated are Margaret Cull, Marie Vickers and MOW Vie-President Kay Benham.

Photo courtesy of Namoi Valley Independent
 
Gunnedah Meals on Wheels (MOW) has provided a valuable service in the community delivering meals to the frail aged and housebound since 1965.
 
The committee has recently established a new "buddy" program where clients are paired with a volunteer to provide extra contact with the community. Shenhua Watermark is one of the first organisations to register for this new initiative and are excited to be able to lend their support in this new MOW initiative.
 
MOW President Colleen Fuller said the program will allow clients the opportunity to select from a number of options such as visiting a good friend, visit the cemetery, having coffee in town, go fishing or visit a relative and are appreciative of the support from the community and organisations to enable this program to commence.

 

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