The Wine Event on September 19 and 22, 2020, was an amazingsuccess. When we learned it was possible to get as much as 100cases of wine donated to LOMOW we thought we could offerwine for donations of $500 or $250. We sent hundreds of emailsto our dedicated donors, businesses, friends

Wine Event-A Success Story

When the world went on hold this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, like most organizations, Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels was adversely affected. Our fundraising events provide the sole source of short fall revenue for the meals on wheels program in Lake Oswego and all of our events had


The 4th annual BINGO BLAST, BEER AND BRATS was held at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center on Friday, September 20 to a sold out crowd. The event, which is a fundraiser for Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels is also a FUNraiser with a hearty meal of Zenner’s brats, homemade

Malcolm Mathes, LOMOW Board Chair, presents$69,616 reimbursement check to LO Mayor Kent Studebaker. On June 18, 2019, in the City Council chambers, our LOMOW Board presented a check to the City of Lake Oswego to reimburse the net deficit incurred by the City’s funding of the Meals on Wheels program

LO Academy of Dance Raises $5,657 for LO Meals on Wheels Sunday May 19, 2019, Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels was very fortunate to again partner with The Lake Oswego Academy of Dance (LOAD) to raise funds to help provide meals for seniors and disabled Lake Oswego residents. The Lake Oswego Academy of

The 5th Annual Oliphant Golf Tournament, held on June 29 of this year, is another success story for the legacy of Doug Oliphant. Nearly 100 golfers, consisting of LO residents and employees of many local businesses, participated in the tournament. Major golf equipment manufacturers were also on hand to demonstrate

Now an annual event during the month of October, Mountain Park New Seasons Market shoppers were given the opportunity to donate to Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels as they checked out. And their record-breaking generosity yielded over $9700 for our local meals program. Frank, Dale, & Jacki Volunteers were located at

When October, 2017, was officially proclaimed the city’s first “Lake Oswego Meals on Wheels Month”, dozens of community businesses and organizations wasted no time “throwing their hat in the ring”. While many made generous donations directly to the program, others created customized promotions. Some restaurants matched patron donations, and others