North Shoalhaven Meals Cooperative Ltd is committed to delivering more than just a meal; we provide a friendly support service and a chance for social inclusion to people from the North Shoalhaven area. We are a community based not for profit organisation that provides tasty, nutritious meals to support people to remain well-nourished and remain living in their own homes. 
There are six local Meals on Wheels Services in the Cooperative and they are located in the local communities of Berry, Shoalhaven Heads, Nowra Bomaderry , Currarong, Culburra Beach and Jervis Bay & Districts. Meals can be provided for up to seven days a week.  
To register for services from North Shoalhaven Meals on Wheels please contact the My Aged Care team on 1800 200 422. North Shoalhaven Meals on Wheels can assist with the referral process if required.

Latest News

Service NSW – My Community Project Update

You might have heard that North Shoalhaven Meals on Wheels has been successful in getting through to the public voting round of the My Community Project grants. We are hoping to get funding to be able to upgrade the Bomaderry kitchen. This will make an incredible difference to the volunteers and also the community if

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Client Newsletter – Winter 2019

Read all about the exciting news from Meals on Wheels North Shoalhaven for Winter 2019.
Don’t forget we will have updates soon for you about the voting process for the My Community Projects when that is announced, so make sure you keep your ear out for that information. Please share our newsletter with your family and friends.

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Meals on Wheels service is more than just delivering a healthy and nutritious meal to our senior members in our community. We are introducing a new service to our clients who would appreciate more than just a meal. Currently, Community Services students from TAFE Nowra are partnering with the North Shoalhaven Meals on Wheels to

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Meals on Wheels services in Australia were invariably established by those citizens who recognised a need in their own communities and acted on that need.  It is hard to believe in 2019 that Meals on Wheels was once considered a radical concept, for it has become a mainstream program and a cornerstone of many communities.

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