More than ever, Meals on Wheels is committed to feed the growing list of those in need, but they need our help.
By now we all know that with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) the most vulnerable are our elderly and those with underlying health issues. For Meals on Wheels this brings great concern because many of their clients are both elderly and infirm; this disease puts them at an even greater risk, however what they need more than anything else now is to have proper nutrition, sanitary conditions and safeguarding. Meals on Wheels has provided a list of the items would be most needed, donors are asked to keep in mind that many seniors or diabetic or suffer from hypertension so low sugar and low sodium products are requested for the most part.
  • Sliced Bread
  • Bread Rolls/bulla/bun
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jam / Jelly
  • Crackers (Saltiness, Water, Ritz, Premium)
  • Pre-cooked Sliced Meat (Turkey)
  • Sliced Cheese
  • Corned Beef
  • Vienna Sausages
  • Tuna (In Water)
  • Canned Beans
  • Canned Corn
  • Cup A Soup
  • Corn Flakes Cereal (Or Other Low Sugar)
  • Long Life Milk
  • Evaporated Milk
  • Fruit Cups
  • Ensure
  • Peppermint Tea
  • Ovaltine
  • Soy Mix
  • Vitamin C
  • Oatmeal Packets
  • Juice Boxes (100% Juice)
  • Microwave Ovens (In Good Condition)
  • Blenders (Personal Size, in Good Condition)
  • Hand Sanitizers/hand Soap
  • Depends (Women’s M & L And Men’s L)
All items will be sanitized prior to packing and distributing to seniors.

We recognize that everyone is facing their own personal economic challenges during this very uncertain time, however, for just $5 you can ensure that Meals on Wheels can continue to serve the seniors they serve and that no one is left hungry or isolated. In line with isolation and social distancing, Meals on Wheels encourages donations be made online through Bank of Butterfield direct deposit to Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels or via

Should you have questions or require further details please contact Meals on Wheels at 769-1974 or

Together we will get through this. #inthistogetherky