News Flash

Caledon Meals on Wheels needs your Help

Written by Patti Foley


Caledon Meals on Wheels (CMOW) is reaching out to the community for help with their 2017 “Wheels for Meals” Lottery.

“This is our main fundraiser for 2017, and will make up a significant portion of our budget, with the proceeds going to fund critical programs and services in our communities” said CMOW Executive Director Christine Sevigny.

“Poor weather and low attendance at events has hampered our efforts to sell tickets and with an August 31st lottery deadline we are at crunch time and need help.”

Caledon Meals on Wheels is a community volunteer-driven organization providing meals, services, and social programs to residents living in the Town of Caledon, Orangeville, and surrounding areas that are not covered by other organizations.

In 2017 we will once again deliver over 25,000 meals, facilitate over 16,000 safety checks and friendly visits, and run 12 health and wellness programs for seniors every week and 2 monthly card party luncheons.

The “Wheels for Meals” lottery has an impressive $57,000 prize package featuring:2017 Ford F150 Truck loaded with $1,500 worth of Camping Gear and two Bicycles

Tickets are $20.00 each or 3 for $50.00 and with only 8,000 printed the odds are great!

“Our organization is so fortunate to have extraordinary staff, volunteers and corporate partners who have really stepped up to champion this initiative” said CMOW Board Chair Pina Marino. “Now we need to ask the greater community to help us get to the finish line.”

Here’s how you can help:

– Purchase tickets
– Share this information with your friends and neighbours through conversation, email or social media
– Contact us if you have an idea or suggestion for selling tickets

For more information or to purchase a ticket call Caledon Meals on Wheels at 905.584.2992

Should you or someone you know need our services, please visit

Together, as a community, we can achieve our goal

Lottery license number 8734.Caledon Meals on Wheels
80 Allan Drive
Bolton, Ontario
L7E 1P7


About the author

Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.