The concept of Meals on Wheels originated in Great Britain in 1939, when the Women’s Volunteer Service for Civil Defense served meals to elderly and disabled during the Blitz. The National Council of Jewish Women started Meals on Wheels in Indianapolis. Mrs. Morris L. Jacobs...
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...u have been successful in your lifetime. I think that people get caught up in the hustle and bustle of everything in their own lives that they neglect other people. Donating clothes, shoes, and jackets from your closet that you haven’t worn in a year is enough to make a difference. I think it is extremely important that people set aside time to give back to their community at least once a month because you really do get back more than what you put in.
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