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The 15 Meals on Wheels services across the state do incredible things to support vulnerable members of the Tasmanian community. We believe these heartwarming stories are worth sharing and we hope you enjoy reading them!

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Calling volunteers for Meals on Wheels

Meals and Wheels has been helping people in the region for nearly 30 years and the 15 current volunteers service a client base of between 80 and 90 people.

The Pulse spoke with one of the-Wynyard coordinators, Debra Cadwallender, about the vital work they do helping people with food security and nutrition.

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Calling volunteers for Meals on Wheels

Meals and Wheels has been helping people in the region for nearly 30 years and the 15 current volunteers service a client base of between 80 and 90 people.

The Pulse spoke with one of the-Wynyard coordinators, Debra Cadwallender, about the vital work they do helping people with food security and nutrition.

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Newsletter March 2024 – Autumn Edition

Discover the vibrant tapestry of events and exciting developments at Meals on Wheels Tasmania! Delve into our newsletter to immerse yourself in the enriching journey from December to March, filled with heartwarming stories, community engagement, and impactful happenings.

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Cost of living takes a bite out of volunteers

Tasmania’s volunteer sector is feeling the pinch, with economic barriers having a domino effect resulting in volunteer shortages, higher expenses and increased demand.

Meals on Wheels Tasmania
(MOWT) is losing more volunteers than it has recruited, with a total of 848 volunteers exiting since July 2019. “We have put on 614 new volunteers, but people’s capacity has changed,” general manager Kristy Blazey said.

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