Overview

Who We Are: Lake Oswego Meal Network includes Meals on Wheels, the only home-delivered meal program in the city, and lunch service at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. The Lake Oswego Meal Network is operated by the City of Lake Oswego with fundraising provided by the Lake Oswego Meal Network Advisory Board, a volunteer board.

What We Do Enrich the lives of seniors and residents with disabilities and assist them in maintaining independence by providing nutritious meals in a positive social environment.

We Need Your Support: Lake Oswego Meal Network has an ambitious mission, and we cannot do it alone. In order to continue to provide our valuable services, the program relies on the support of corporate donors, individual patrons and local volunteers. Whether displaying coin collection containers in your retail establishment, volunteering to help deliver meals or serving on the Advisory Board, your support will directly impact those individuals who would otherwise go hungry in our community.

Meals on Wheels This program has been delivering nutritious meals to housebound seniors and residents with disabilities in Lake Oswego since 1972. Currently, more than 20,000 meals are being served annually, and that number continues to grow. More than 14,000 are delivered to homes and the rest are served in the ACC dining room.  Dedicated to helping resident maintain their independence, our goal is to ensure that no citizen in our community goes hungry.

Welcome Break Cafe Recognizing the strain of daily life as well as the importance of social interaction among seniors, Lake Oswego Meal Network provides lunch service at the Welcome Break Cafe in the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. While the Lake Oswego Meal Network serves meals primarily to seniors, everyone is welcome to join us for a nutritious  meal on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.