Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island is proud to offer a Restaurant Program to Rhode Island seniors, aged 60 or older, throughout the state. The Congregate Nutrition Program began the initiative in 2007. It continues to be very successful, with many seniors in the area enjoying the wonderful meals and socialization aspects that each restaurant has to offer.
For a suggested donation of $5.00, the senior obtains a voucher to take to the participating restaurant of their choice in exchange for meal options provided by the restaurant.
Who is eligible?
What is the individual cost?
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Where do I go to obtain a voucher?
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Senior Restaurant Program
Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island is proud to offer a statewide restaurant program to Rhode Island seniors, aged 60 or older.
Program participants can enjoy dining out at participating restaurants, where they can choose from a select menu of meals designed to meet one-third of their recommended daily dietary intake.
To participate in the program, seniors must register with Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island. Then, participants are granted meal vouchers through written request to our Providence headquarters. The voucher is exchanged for a meal at the restaurant. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 per voucher, which does not include gratutity.
Currently, the program is offered at Newport Creamery locations, with the exception of locations in Barrington and Middletown, Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and at Uncle Tony’s Pizza & Pasta in Cranston and Johnston, Monday-Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.