Meals on Wheels joins forces with Seniors Resources Society

The two non-profits will now operate from one office and have one executive director.

Langley Meals on Wheels Society has  moved its office to the Langley Senior Resources Society.

The new program director of the meal program, Sonya Dhudwal, and new food and friends co-ordinator, Shannon Woykin, will  assist clients from  the new location.

Langley Meals on Wheels would like to welcome Barb Stack as the new executive director, wearing dual hats for both Meals on Wheels Society and Langley Senior Resources Society. Both agencies are excited to start this partnership that will in the end benefit more seniors living in the Langleys.

Meals on Wheels clients services will continue as usual, with food being provided by partners at the Gateway of Hope and Jackman Manor.

The new office is located at 20605 51B Ave., and the phone number is 604-533-1679.



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