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Delivering more than a meal this summer…

East Cooper Meals on Wheels serves those in need.
The gift of one day may include: healthy breakfast foods, a hot lunch, 
 milk, fresh fruit, a dinner meal, and ENSURE (if needed.)

Perhaps greatest of all - a caring volunteer to bring a friendly smile and daily safety check.

For our homebound neighbors, hunger is more than physical; we also feed the heart. 
These relationships are priceless, and the daily safety check provides
peace of mind for loved ones near and far.

With your help, our Give a Day Without Hunger campaign will help to fund all that we deliver this summer.

Peg almost teared up when we came to her door just before the holiday weekend. She was grateful that her daughter was taking her to visit family for the holiday…but also sad because she was going to miss the Meals on Wheels volunteers who visited her daily. For Peg and many others whom we serve, East Cooper Meals on Wheels is much more than a meal.

After an on-the-job injury, Eugene started receiving meals which greatly assisted in his recover. He was even more grateful to East Cooper Meals on Wheels when we started serving his elderly mother, a veteran sweetgrass basket-maker in Mount Pleasant. Our meals helped them both to remain living at home.

Donations will be matched (up to $10,000),
 thanks to the generous support of:


C.T. Lowndes and Company

Dodds, Hennessy and Stith Law Firm

First Reliance Bank


J. Lynn McCants Law Firm

R. L. Morrison and Sons

Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC / RexAnn Strecker and Gabrielle Heymans

Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant

Southern First Bank

Stubbs Muldrow Herin Architects

Thomas & Hutton Engineering

JEAR Logistics LLC

Arnold’s Automotive

Nellie (left) is grateful for each of the East Cooper Meals on Wheels volunteers – like Merv (right) – who deliver meals and cheer to her door each day. Nellie’s daughter and nieces are equally grateful for the peace of mind knowing that someone is coming by to check on her each day.

Your gift truly does make a difference here in our community!

“Helping Neighbors, Feeding Friends”

Joe (left) was caring for his wife, Carol, who had fallen ill. Then one day Joe badly hurt his back. Their children came over to help as much as possible, but eventually there was just too much to juggle; something had to give. When the family heard about East Cooper Meals on Wheels, they called and got Joe and Carol signed up to receive meals. It was a saving grace for all involved. Once Joe and Carol recovered, they no longer needed meals but they did not forget the service and wonderful volunteers who visited daily – truly a major help during a challenging time. Earlier this year, Joe and daughter, Susan (right), chose to come volunteer with EC Meals on Wheels – as a way of paying forward the care they’d received from others.

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