meals on wheels

Have you no empathy or compassion whatsoever?
Instead of brunch this Mother’s Day, why not learn more about Meals on Wheels?
Currently, one in 11 seniors faces hunger. Over the next decade, that figure is projected to double.
By David Campbell and Kristina Lambright, Binghamton University, State University of New York To justify President Donald
President Trump's proposed budget threatens to strip a portion of federal funding from Meals on Wheels, a program that feeds more than two million Americans a year. But for some, the program is a lifeline. If the President's budget passes, here are just some of the people who could suffer.
The Trump administration started a national conversation about the merits of feeding the elderly.
Meals on Wheels is more than just feeding the hungry. It can be a lifeline. One that is in danger of losing federal funding under the Trump budget.
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Mick Mulvaney criticized Meals on Wheels even though the budget didn't.
Including seniors, taxpayers, Congress and the administration
Thanks to their comments, we have seen a national groundswell of interest and support for federally-funded home-delivered meals.