Serving Our Community Since 1971

15TH Annual Bountiful Bowl 
November 13, 2015
DeSales University
 7 PM - 10 PM
Grazing stations, open bar, musical entertainment and a silent auction of handcrafted bowls and other vessels as well as unique and useful treasures. $100 per person ($40 is tax-deductible). 
 Sponsors and item donors welcome.  Please click here for sponsor brochure.  Please click here for item donor form.
The official registration and financial information about Meals on Wheels of Lehigh County may be obtained from the PA Dept. of State by calling toll-free in the state of PA 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. 

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Before I had Meals on Wheels, I can remember going to bed hungry sometimes. Now I eat all kinds of good food and your volunteers are so nice. Thank you for bringing my meals to me.
Esther, age 91
Diets and Menu
Meals on Wheels has a 5-week rotating menu prepared by a nutritionist that meets strictly regulated PA dietary guidelines for older adults. Each meal contains 1/3 RDA, providing clients with the proper amount of protein, vitamins, minerals, calories, etc., as well as a wide variety of foods from the basic food groups. All meals are low sodium, low fat, and low cholesterol.

Each meal is low salt <2 gm.), low fat, low cholesterol, ranging between 700-800 calories and meeting the needs of a liberal bland diet.

Each meal is low salt (< 2g), low fat, low cholesterol, and low concentrated sugar. Meals range from 650-800 calories and follow the guidelines of the ADA diet. Occasional sweet desserts are calculated into the caloric allowance.

Two daily meals consist of 2-2.5 gm. sodium ,1-1.5 gm. Potassium 1-1.5 mg. Phosphorus,70-80 gm. Protein, 1200-1500 Calories

Foods not naturally soft are chopped into small squares for people with chewing or biting problems.


Food is a thick liquid consistency for people with swallowing problems.
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