Meet and Eat Nutrition Program - Northeast Colorado Association of Local Governments
Northeast Colorado Association of Local Governments
Data Provided By
United Way of Weld County
Description of Service
Provides a senior citizen’s nutrition program for persons 60 years of age or older and their spouses. There is no mandatory charge for the meal for senior citizens, their spouses, or meal-time volunteers, but a suggested donation of $3.00 has been set by the Regional Advisory Council. Meal served meets one-third of the recommended daily allowances for calories and nutrients and is suitable for any person who might have a restricted diet (diabetics, low salt, low cholesterol). A hot home delivered meal and frozen meals are also available to those who qualify. Must call at least 24 hours on advance to reserve your plate. Meals are served at various locations, call for the closest location near you.
All other persons under 60 years of age who eat at the meal sites are required to pay the average cost of the meal ($10.00) directly to the registrar or hostess at the sites. Required charge applies to all other staff, spouses and children of staff, visiting children and grandchildren, or participants, bus drivers, local and county officials, etc.
Seniors 60 years old or older for small donation, or all ages for $10 a plate.