March for Meals is back and this year we’re hosting A Wheelie Great Drive!

Join us as we host the first-ever Meals on Wheels Western Michigan inspired Poker Run, to benefit seniors in Kent and Allegan county. There will be five fun stops and family-friendly prizes!


  • When? Saturday, March 27th, 2021
  • Where? Everyone will start and end at Meals on Wheels Western Michigan – 2900 Wilson Ave. SW, Grandville, MI, 49418
  • Time? Registration opens at 10:30 AM, event begins at 11:00 AM, event ends at 2:30 PM
  • Cost? $20 per car. But! If you can recruit 5 additional cars, your car will be free! If you do recruit 5 cars, please contact Lydia.


There will be some snacks provided along the way, but additional food and beverage will be available to purchase at some of the stops!

One more thing – If you would like a chance to win even more prizes, bring a bag of non-perishable food or personal care items to donate at one of the stops! 

Please see the form below to register. If you have any questions, please contact Lydia Vanderhill: 616-459-3111 x 139 or

Register Now! 

March for Meals 2021

Why the month of March?

On March 22nd, 1972, President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 and established a national nutrition program for seniors. Since then, senior nutrition programs have delivered more than just a meal to seniors at risk of hunger and isolation. We make sure our seniors are safe in their homes, have a friendly visit, and a nutritious meal.

What is March for Meals?

The month of March mobilizes hundreds of local Meals on Wheels programs across the country to reach out to their communities and build the support that will enable them to serve America’s seniors all year long. The 18th annual March for Meals campaign gives the businesses, organizations, governments and volunteers who contribute so generously in their communities an opportunity to support homebound seniors in a variety of ways, such as fundraising activities, volunteer drives, community champions activities, and community outreach to make America stronger and healthier.

“The services that we provide the seniors of Kent and Allegan County are critical and the need is rapidly increasing,” said Lisa Wideman, CEO of MOWWM, “Together, we can keep seniors living independently, healthier at home and feeling more connected to their community as they age.”

Commissioner Emily Brieve delivering meals to Cascade seniors.

Michigan Senator Peter MacGregor and driver, Lyn, delivering meals to Grandville seniors.

Kent County Sheriff Lawrence Stelma delivering meals to former co-worker in Grand Rapids.

Commissioner Diane Jones serving meals at our Grattan Dining Site.

Shelley Irwin, from the WGVU Morning Show, interviewing a senior on a Grand Rapids delivery route. Listen to the interview here!

Mark Huizenga, Mayor of Walker, delivering meals to Walker seniors for his 4th consecutive year.