About Alamance County Meals on Wheels
Alamance County Meals on Wheels was formed on May 20, 1973 as Alamance County Council on Elderly, Inc. Over the years, the agency has offered hot home-delivered meals, frozen home-delivered meals, and winter weather emergency meals. The agency began serving clients in February of 1974 and became a United Way agency in 1975. The First Presbyterian Church of Burlington has graciously housed the offices of ACMOW since its inception. The agency began delivering only one route, serving a few people, and now serves over 300 people each day on 24 different hot and frozen meal routes.
Suzanne Phillips, Phillips Consulting - President
Aaron Rose, ARMC - Vice President
Cara Sweat, Carolina Bank - Treasurer
Cherry Wrenn, Millender Furniture - Secretary
Wendy Bridges, Elon University
Jill Britt, Pittman & Steele, PLLC
Allen Johnson, Lab Corps
Cliff Parker, Elon Police Department
Scott King, Wood Forrest National Bank
Ann Williams, Manpower
Stacy White, Community Member
Susan Black, Alamance Home Builders Association
David Rich, Willis Towers Watson
Gregory Erickson, Western Alamance High School
Did you know...
The Meals On Wheels Association of America is the oldest and largest national organization composed of and representing local, community-based Senior Nutrition Programs in all 50 U.S. states, as well as the U.S. Territories.