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Meals on Wheels North Central Texas has announced it will participate in the 2021 Subaru Share the Love Event as a member of Meals on Wheels America – one of four national Share the Love charitable partners supported through the campaign. From Nov. 18-Jan. 3, Subaru of America will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle purchased or leased to the customer's choice of participating charities.

Participating Meals on Wheels America members, like MOWNCT, will receive a share of the donation raised by Subaru in their state.

“Meals on Wheels America is proud to partner with Subaru of America for the 14th consecutive year to enable more seniors to live with independence and dignity,” said Ellie Hollander, president and CEO, Meals on Wheels America. “Since 2008, the Subaru Share the Love Event has helped deliver more than 2.5 million meals and friendly visits to vulnerable seniors nationwide. We’re enormously grateful to Subaru and its retailers for their long-standing commitment to Meals on Wheels and the millions of seniors who depend on it for nourishment and companionship.”

Over the last 13 years, Subaru of America and its participating retailers have donated more than $200 million to its charity partners.

For more information, visit www.mealsonwheelsamerica.org/sharethelove.

ABOUT MEALS ON WHEELS NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

Meals on Wheels North Central Texas is a community-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit that serves homebound seniors and disabled persons. The organization was established in 1976 to serve Johnson County seniors and expanded in 2001 to include Ellis County. It expanded again in 2020 to serve Navarro County seniors. Meals on Wheels North Central Texas mobilizes across 2,772 square miles each weekday to ensure seniors are well-fed, safe, and reminded of their value to their community.

Services are targeted toward 60 years and older with a focus on those who are homebound, older in age, low income, isolated, frail, or incapacitated. Meals on Wheels also acts as a resource for families caring for needy elderly and disabled loved ones.

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