- Published on 2016-06-02 20:59:06
Meal trains are commonly organized after significant life events, including birth, adoption, surgery, illness, death, divorce, new job, or moving to a new community. Caring friends, family, co-workers, congregation members, neighbors, and communities show their excitement or compassion through the organized delivery meals.
During significant life events, schedules and routines are often disrupted and the cooking of a healthy meal may become very difficult. The organization of a meal train helps ensure that during these challenging times, a nourishing meal is provided to those in need. The meal train also allows for friends, family, co-workers, congregation members, neighbors, and community to show their support for those during significant life events. This sharing strengthens friendships, neighborhoods, and communities.
If you have questions about this program you can visit North Shore Meal Train Program
on our website or contact our coordinator via email Timi Starkweather firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509-699-9362