About Sun City Meals on Wheels

History

Sun City Meals on Wheels was founded in 1972 by two women who served about 10 clients.

After establishing a delivery system, it was decided the organization would be an independent entity with no connections to either government or the National Meals on Wheels organization, so that we could establish our own procedures and guidelines.

Boswell Hospital, Sun City, Arizona
Our first home, Boswell Hospital

Sun City Meals on Wheels is staffed by volunteers with a contracted Business Manager to handle the administrative tasks.

The organization originally contracted with the Boswell Hospital kitchen to prepare the meals. When Banner took over Boswell Hospital in 2009, the food preparation was transferred to the Banner Rehabilitation Center.

Boswell Hospital, Sun City, Arizona
Our first home, Boswell Hospital

Current Operations

As of 2015, we have about 75 clients and deliver about 50 meals daily.

Boswell, Rehabilitation Center, Sun City, Arizona
Our current home, Boswell Rehab Center

Clients pay only the cost of their meals. A subsidy program exists to aid qualifying individuals undergoing financial difficulties.

Business and operating expenses are funded by donations from local clubs, churches, synagogues, caring individuals, and by the interest from investment of some generous bequests.

Boswell, Rehabilitation Center, Sun City, Arizona
Our current home, Boswell Rehab Center