Since 1974, Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels (AAMOW) has worked to reduce hunger and food insecurity for our homebound adult neighbors in the Ann Arbor area who, because of their health, are unable to shop and prepare nutritious meals for themselves.
AAMOW staff and volunteers are committed to supporting the dignity and independence of our homebound community members who are largely unable to leave home because of their health status. We value diversity, equity, and inclusion and seek to provide services that are culturally responsive.
3621 S. State Street, Ste. 650
Ann Arbor MI, 48108
- Courtney Vanderlaan, Director
- Joan Miller, Associate Supervisor/Finance
- Haley Bank, Social Worker
- Susan Atkins, Social Worker
- Open, Volunteer Coordinator
- Open, Client Services Coordinator
- Kathy Kiehl, Client Services Coordinator
- Chad Fritts, Client Care Associate
- Karin Monnett, Client Care Associate
Make a Gift
There are a number of ways to make a financial contribution to Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels including through direct gifts, bequests, annuities, stocks, trusts, and donations. To make an online gift to AAMOW, click on the button below.
Checks can be made out to Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels and mailed to 2025 Traverwood Drive, Suite F, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-2228. Please feel free to contact the Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels office at 734-998-6793 or email@example.com with any questions.
Ann Arbor Meals on Wheels is a community-supported program of Michigan Medicine and part of Community Health Services. We receive funding from Michigan Medicine, Community Health Services, Washtenaw Coordinated Funders, Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation, local civic groups and private donors. Additionally, the Washtenaw County Office of Community and Economic Development Senior Nutrition Program provides funding from Title III of the Older Americans Act, Michigan Office of Services to the Aging, and the Area Agency on Aging I-B.