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Many home-bound seniors and disabled people cannot prepare or obtain healthy food for themselves.

KC Kosher Meals on Wheels aims to meet that need for the Greater Kansas City Jewish community.

Last year, 134 Jewish elderly and disabled people were able to eat healthy and stay in the comfort of their home, with 20,000 meals delivered via KC Kosher Meals on Wheels!


Do you or a loved one you know need a meal?

Please get in touch with us if you or a loved one you know needs meals. Every week, our volunteers can bring you delicious and nutritious meals with meat, chicken, vegetables, sides, soup and fruit! Plus it's all 100% Glatt Kosher!

Volunteer Your Time

Make an impact in your community! Whether by cooking in the kitchen or making deliveries, you can find your place to make a difference. This is an easy and efficient way of contributing to the great work we do at KC Kosher Meals on Wheels. Get in touch with any questions about how you can volunteer your time today!

Make a Donation

Our organization always appreciates the generosity and involvement of people like you, with every contribution going towards making KC Kosher Meals on Wheels an even better program than it already is. We want to provide you with the correct and appropriate information pertaining to your mode of support, so don’t hesitate to contact us with your questions.

Thank you so much!!! I don't even have words to express the depth of gratitude I have for your help!!

- H.H., Missouri

The food is delicious. I look forward to it every week!

- Michael, Kansas City

I could not have celebrated Passover without these meals. I am truly grateful and thankful for this program. 

- H.M., Overland Park

Dreiseszun Family

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Kansas City Jewish Chronicle

After five years, Kosher Meals on Wheels sees steady growth - Dec 28, 2018

Serving over 11,000 meals a year, Kansas City Kosher Meals on Wheels (KCKMOW) celebrated its 5th anniversary this year. It began in April 2013 with just seven recipients. Last year KCKMOW served about 65 people; this year it was over 70 and it’s continuing to expand. Esther Friedman, who oversees the Torah Learning Center program, said the plan is to build up to serving 13,000 meals in 2019. Although the Jewish population in the greater Kansas City area is small, 18,000 to 20,000, she sees a definite need. Click here for full story