This essential community service provides a hot, delicious, well-balanced meal delivered by volunteers to housebound seniors and disabled residents. Whether meals are needed for just a few days or on a long-term basis, volunteers deliver hot meals every Monday, Wednesday and Friday between 11:00 a.m. and 1 p.m. If requested, frozen meals can be delivered along with hot meal deliveries. To have meals delivered or if you have questions, please call 503-635-3758


Best ever Bingo- A huge success for the Meals Program We thank the Lake Oswego Community for your support

 Bingo     Leadership

New Seasons     Leadership
Judy Hathaway

The Lake Oswego Oliphant Community Charities- The 5th Annual Oliphant Golf Tournament is dedicated to Doug Oliphant because of his unwavering commitment to faith-based community service throughout his life in Lake Oswego, OR. The Tournament has raised many dollars for community organizations, including the Lake Oswego Meals program. The Tournament was held June 29-30 at the Lake Oswego Public Golf Course.  The Board’s Vice President and accomplished golfer, Judy Hathaway won The Best Style award. Congratulations Judy.   

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Lake Oswego Meal Network Mission Statement

The mission of Lake Oswego Meal Network is to enrich the lives of seniors and disabled residents, including those who are housebound, and to assist them in maintaining their   independence by providing nutritious meals in a positive social environment.

This is accomplished through cooperation between the City of Lake Oswego and the Lake Oswego Meal Network Advisory Board to provide a meal program that is community- based, emphasizes volunteer involvement, serves nutritious meals, and is financially sound.

Lake Oswego Meal Network Advisory Board

This Board was established in 2003 to support the Meals on Wheels and congregate meal program at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. Since that time, the 503(c)3 nonprofit board has donated more than $3000,000 to the City to defray the costs of meals for people who cannot afford to donate to the cost of their food. More than one in five recipients cannot contribute to the cost of the meals.
This year the Board donated $56,000 to the City of Lake Oswego to support senior meals. More than 19,000 meals were served or delivered in 2017.

The mission of the volunteer Lake Oswego Meal Network Advisory Board is to support the Lake Oswego Meals Program in the following ways:

  • By fundraising;
  • By providing program management feedback to the City of Lake Oswego; and
  • By promoting community involvement, awareness and support through public relations and community outreach efforts.