What is Project B.R.E.A.D.?
Project Bread is a nutritional program providing a well-balanced noon-time meal for senior citizens (men and women over the age of 60). This Project is the idea of Basic Right of the Elderly to an Adequate Diet and is funded by Midland Area Agency on Aging.
What does Project B.R.E.A.D. do?
Project Bread helps senior citizens maintain their physical health by providing essential nutrients at the noon-time meal. In addition, nutritional information is provided through speakers and pamphlets.
Those unable to attend at the meal-site may be eligible for the Home Delivered Meal Program.
Project Bread contributes to the general well-being of senior citizens through social contracts, stimulation companionship, and the benefits of friendship, conversation, social activities and services.
What is the Cost of a Meal?
A donation or contribution is asked to help defray the cost of the meal. In most of our sites the suggested donation is $3 per meal or the amount a senior can personally afford. No senior citizen will be turned away because of the lack of the ability to contribute; however, the services we provide greatly depends on the donations that are received.
Home Delivered Meals only. No site to call.