Langley Meals on Wheels
Nutritious healthy menus
Friendly, trained volunteer team
Client safety checks
Langley Meals on Wheels Covid 19 – update March 23, 2020 – see attached document
Proudly serving Langley since 1979, Langley Meals on Wheels is a charitable, non-profit society providing affordable menu plans and social meal programs in the Langley community.
Home delivered with no delivery fees
No hassles, just a friendly smile!
Daily delivery or as needed
Good food, great company and guest speakers
Visit Food & Friends locations throughout Langley
Meet friends or make new ones
Visit us for a unique shopping treat
Search for many stylish unique finds
100% volunteer run
There are many ways to volunteer
Deliver meals, help with social lunches, join the store team
Together we do more than we can alone
Vision: To create sustainable community programs in Langley where nobody is hungry or isolated
Supporting a healthier community by providing affordable nutritious food, social connection and links to community services through our compassionate trusted volunteers and community partners
Board of Directors
Langley Meals on Wheels is led by a volunteer Board of Directors – 2019 – 2020 Members:
Sean brings his passion for helping others to Langley Meals on Wheels. He joined the board in 2017 and has been the chair of the board since September 2019. Sean graduated from the University of Alberta in 2016 with a law degree. He now works as an officer for the Employment Standards Branch.
A retired foodservice executive who has held a number of senior positions with responsibilities in Western Canada for Compass Group Canada and White Spot Limited.
Since retiring from her corporate job she has been serving Langley Meals on Wheels(LMOW) as a volunteer since 2012. Rhonda joined the LMOW board in 2016 and continues to be the Fort Langley Food & Friends Volunteer Coordinator.
With over 30 years in the business community, I have joined the LMOW Board to contribute and give back to the community I live in. I have served on other community boards and have a background in customer service, technology and business statistics/analysis and reporting.
I have been a member of the Langley Seniors Community Action Table (LSCAT) since 2013. Through my work with LSCAT I became aware of the key role that Langley Meals on Wheels plays in seniors’ healthcare. LMOW fills the gap in the healthcare system, specifically with regard to seniors and isolated seniors.
Past chair who joined Meals on Wheels in 2008. I have worked for 43 years in the financial industry; the last 33 years with one of Canadas largest Credit Union. The reason I serve on the board is my passion and desire to make a difference within the Langley community.