Westlake Meals on Wheels is a non-profit, non-government funded, community service organization that needs and appreciates donations to continue our support of Westlake residents. We are an IRS certified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization so your donations are tax deductible. Please consider Westlake Meals on Wheels when making special bequests or in memory or honor of a loved one.
We Need Your Help!
There are many ways to help. For those who can’t volunteer directly there is always shopping, in-kind donations and monetary donations. We appreciate any size donation! We accept checks, credit cards and Paypal.
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Westlake Meals on Wheels
2232 Dover Center Road
Donate by Credit Card or Paypal
But I Don’t Live in Westlake!
Since 1974, Westlake Meals on Wheels has been serving Westlake’s home-bound and elderly. Over the last 40+ years, we’ve been blessed with strong fiscal managers who spend our donors’ money wisely. This fiscal prudence enabled us to expand our mission into other communities. Currently, Westlake Meals on Wheels serves North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township.
Community loyalty runs strong – this is good! General donations give the best opportunity to efficiently use your contributions, giving us the most flexibility in serving the elderly and home-bound in the communities of North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls, Olmsted Township and Westlake. We also accept donations for a specific purpose or community. Simply let us know your wishes and we’ll do our very best to abide.
Make Donations Simply by Shopping!
Presently, there are two ways your day-to-day shopping can help us.
The Rock Pile, Avon
By clicking on the picture and registering with AmazonSmile, a portion of every Amazon purchase automatically goes to Westlake Meals on Wheels. You shop – we get a donation that doesn’t cost you a penny!
In-kind donations (also called gifts in kind) are charitable donations of goods or services instead of donations of money or stock. Items like food, clothing, office equipment, the performance of services, etc. are examples of in-kind donations. This type of donation is usually given by businesses or organizations. There are many items we can use in place of money such as: dry goods, cleaning supplies, office supplies, printing, graphic design, kitchen supplies or similar items. Please contact our executive director prior to making an in-kind donation.
Baking Item Donation Collection
In keeping with current county health department commercial kitchen standards, we can not accept home-cooked meals or bakery. Accordingly, we prefer cash donations but we also can accept certain canned food and kitchen items. For a partial list of baking items, click here.