Beulah McField, executive director of Meals on Wheels, was all smiles Friday when a truckload of goods turned up on the doorstep of the T.E. McField Youth and Community Centre on School Road in George Town.

Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels was the beneficiary of more than a ton of food, courtesy of the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association, who raised the goods through their Wheels 4 Meals Ride and food drive.

Ms. McField said the food is especially needed this time of year. “I am so happy and thankful because the food supplies are coming at a great time. We are getting into the Easter month when not so many people are willing to give,” she said.

The food will be distributed through Meals on Wheels’s three kitchens in George Town, Bodden Town and East End, directly to those who need it.

Meals on Wheels provides free, hot, nutritious meals five days a week to more than 215 senior, home-bound and disabled individuals throughout the Cayman Islands.

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