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Seniors First “Meals on Wheels/My Meals”

Right here in Sun City Lincoln Hills we have neighbors who face mealtimes with an empty fridge or pantry. It may be financial resources or it might be the inability to get to the store but the end result is the same, nothing to eat and no way to get it.  Members of this community have an option, Seniors First “Meals on Wheels/My Meals” program, an organization that provides nutritious meals at lunchtime to seniors in Placer County who cannot shop for or prepare meals. The meals are nutritious and generous and a lunchtime delivery often stretches to cover an evening meal as well.

Professionally prepared meals, either hot or cold are packaged in special containers for transport to distribution points.  In Lincoln meals arrive at the Lincoln Senior Center on “H” street where volunteers divide up the containers for delivery.  There is an option for meal pick up as well, if preferred.

Beyond meal delivery there are also other benefits, human contact and wellness checks. Many seniors who need meal assistance are those who also live alone and are unable to leave their homes.  It is not unusual for a delivery volunteer to spend a bit of time chatting with the recipient and as they get to know their regulars if something seems unusual as they deliver or there is no answer they may see a need to call for assistance.

Qualifications require that one be 60 years of age or older, or the spouse of an eligible client, or a person (of any age) with a disability who lives with a client. The Lincoln Hills Foundation provides seniors with about 5,000 meals a year through a grant to the Meals on Wheels program.  Further information on how to volunteer or receive services call Seniors First, (530) 878-5718.

 

Your Donations at Work

Salt Mine gets Additional $10,000 Grant from the Foundation

The Salt Mine is an important part of the Lincoln community and receives yearly grants from the Foundation.  In recognition of the rising need for food and basic necessities during this health crisis the Foundation has issued an incremental grant to the Salt Mine in the amount of $10,000.  This is the kind of impact we can have so don’t forget to donate on or before May 7th Big Day of Giving.

 

Thank You to All of Our Big Day of Giving Donors

 With Your Contributions We Raised $47,254 

Watch Lincoln Live’s interview with LHF President Jeff Andersen

We would like to express our appreciation to Southern Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning socoheatingair.com/ac-installation-in-lincoln-ca/ for being a 2020 Lincoln Hills Foundation corporate sponsor.  As a company that knows SCLH well, their contribution gives back to the community and will be part of the matching fund process on May 7th.

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Bingo Dates

Due to the COVID-19 virus, the Lincoln Hills Foundation has put Bingo in the Ballroom on hold until it is determined that large group gatherings are considered safe again.

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Lincoln Hills Foundation News

13Sep

October 6 National Night Out Partnership

The LHF is partnering with Neighborhood Watch this year on National Night Out. Mail box captains are encouraged to include collecting canned and boxed food items for The Salt Mine at village gatherings this year. Foundation volunteers will pick up donations from participating villages and deliver them to The Salt Mine. Both Neighborhood Watch and […]
02Sep

Caregiving

Isolation, depression, loneliness…symptoms of the current stay-at-home order. Now imagine this was expected only of you and there was no end in sight. Many of our neighbors right here in Lincoln Hills are facing this situation. During the early stages of Dementia, things are manageable and with a few adaptations life may proceed as normal. […]

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