After almost a year and a half of serving our Congregate participants in their homes, we are thrilled to announce seven of our centers have reopened! All centers are open Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 12:30 pm and provide activities, including bingo, art and fitness classes, as well as a hot meal. Most importantly, the center will provide socialization that has been sorely missed as the pandemic stretched on.

As we take the final steps towards fully reopening all of our centers, we continue to follow all health guidelines and recommendations to ensure the continued safety of our seniors, volunteers, and staff members. This includes regularly sanitizing hard surfaces, encouraging participants wear masks, and providing additional space for social distancing.

These reopenings would not have been possible without YOUR support over the past year and a half, and the many in our community who have volunteered their time or gifts to support our seniors. So, from all of us, thank youfor helping us welcome our family back home.

An AmazonSmile “Welcome Back” wishlist has been created with items we will need for the congregate centers to welcome our senior clients back. The list includes bingo prizes, art class supplies, and cleaning supplies.

Meals on Wheels delivery is available for any senior center client in need. For resources to help you or a loved one stay connected, click here. For more our latest organizational updates, click here.


Donations enable us to serve meals and provide programs to 1,400 seniors in Fort Bend and Waller Counties


Our volunteers deliver life-saving meals, offer a friendly smile, and provide a daily safety check for our clients.


Are you seeking home-delivered meals for yourself or for a friend or relative living in Fort Bend or Waller Counties?

Fort Bend Seniors Meals on Wheels operates a fleet of 9 meal delivery vans across 2 counties in Texas with – some routes clocking up to 220 miles a day!  Last year to protect our seniors and drivers from COVID-19, we transitioned to weekly deliveries  of frozen meals to more than 2,100 homebound seniors, serving a record number – almost 438,000 meals in Fort Bend and Waller Counties!

Now, we have resumed daily deliveries of hot meals – but some of our vans are showing their age. We’d like to make sure nothing gets in the way of us delivering hot, nutritious meals to the seniors in our community – but we need your help to make this happen!

You can help us replace one of our (out-dated) delivery vehicles! Due to the shortages of vehicles from the manufacturers, we need to get an order placed before the situation becomes critical… but FIRST we must collect the funds!

Help us get a new, reliable delivery van to keep our drivers safe on the roads and ensure homebound seniors get the meals and support they need each and every day!


Committed to helping seniors remain independent
by enhancing their quality of life through services and resources since 1974.