Provides hot, nutritious meals at lunch time, Monday through Friday to all seniors 60 and older and individuals who are homebound. Volunteer delivery drivers provide a daily wellness check, connection to the community, and a sense of security knowing that someone is checking in.
TLC Meals on Wheels enriches the lives of seniors and others by providing nutritious meals and services that promote dignity, well-being, and independence.
For nearly 50 years, TLC Meals on Wheels has been serving the nutritional needs of seniors and homebound handicapped in south metro Denver. The program originated in Virginia Baker’s home, then in 1971 expanded to the First Presbyterian Church in Littleton. When the Bradley House was built in 1975 by the Littleton Housing Authority, meals were served from that kitchen under the direction of Jan Andrus until 2008. As the program had outgrown the Bradley House kitchen, Executive Director Phil Miller relocated the program to the repurposed Littleton Public Schools Ames Elementary Building in 2009, from which 350 meals are served daily today. Diane McClymonds became Executive Director in 2013.
Residents between: Englewood to C-470, I-25 to C-470