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Orange You Glad Gala for Meals on Wheels

Every year, one event vibrantly celebrates the colours of the setting sun: the Orange You Glad Gala. The annual Meals on Wheels fundraiser sees guests...

Show your skills at ‘Gaming for Meals on Wheels’ event

If you're looking for something to keep the kids (and maybe even yourself) occupied over the Easter break, perhaps check out the Gaming for...

Record-breaking event for Meals on Wheels

The annual Meals on Wheels ¢hange for Change Coin Drive saw record breaking numbers for its 2021 event with over 300 volunteers who were mobilized across Grand Cayman on January 29th and 30th, 2021, in 21 high traffic shops, organizations, businesses and banks across Grand Cayman.

R3 Cayman Foundation grants shift focus to ‘Recovery’

In its latest set of financial awards, R3 Cayman Foundation has announced that grants totalling more than $190,000 are earmarked for several local non-profit...

‘Wheels for Wheels’: Skating for a cause

Don’t be surprised if you see an extraordinary number of skaters at the Black Pearl Skate Park this Saturday. All ages will be showing...

Sunrise Centre gives classroom reopening a test run

As Cayman’s active COVID-19 cases continue a downward trend, the Sunrise Adult Training Centre in West Bay is trialling a return to in-person classes and support services. The facility for special needs adults shut its doors in March, when educational institutions were ordered closed by government as a coronavirus-control measure.
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Store to donate 10,000 face masks

A local store will be donating 10,000 masks to frontline workers in Cayman.

Cayman Food Bank opens pantry in East End

The Good Samaritan’s Cayman Food Bank is one of the many local charities stepping up to help the community in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.
Meals on Wheels and Mise en Place

Meals on Wheels ramps up during COVID emergency

Meals on Wheels is delivering 330 meals daily to Cayman's infirm, housebound, disabled, elderly and other vulnerable residents during the COVID-19 crisis, with the help of volunteers and local catering company Mise en Place.

RE/MAX Cayman Islands launches ‘In This Together’ campaign

One of the largest real estate companies in Cayman has started a campaign to support local charities. Organisations such as Feed Our Future, Meals on...

US$50,000 raised for community response to COVID-19

Deloitte staff and partners have donated US$50,000 to help Meals on Wheels and Feed Our Future continue to serve at-risk members of the community.

Butterfield donates to Kiwanis and Meals on Wheels

Butterfield Bank is donating $15,000 each to the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman and Meals on Wheels as they continue to provide meals.

Coco Fest raises 2.6K for Meals on Wheels

Cayman’s annual celebration of all things coconut – Coco Fest – earlier this month raised more than $2,600 for Meals on Wheels.

New general manager at Meals on Wheels

The board of directors of Cayman Islands Meals On Wheels on Thursday announced the appointment of Jennifer Lenora West as the charity’s new general manager.

Trot, you turkeys!

Whether you are preparing to run the Cayman Islands Marathon in December or just want to shift some of that Thanksgiving Dinner off your...

Governor joins Meal on Wheels deliveries

Meals on Wheels clients around West Bay got a special treat with lunch on Wednesday, when Governor Martyn Roper helped deliver the meals. “Wow, the...

Pirates golf tournament raises funds for Meals on Wheels

The annual Pirates Week Charity Golf Classic, held Friday, 26 Oct., at the North Sound Golf Club, raised $1,200 for Meals on Wheels.Fifteen corporate teams took part in the event.

Chair rentals lead to $2,000 Meals on Wheels donation

AI Rentals donated $2,000 to Meals on Wheels last week, with funds raised from its chair rentals.

Events company donates to 2 charities

Maven Entertainment donated proceeds from two of its recent FLAGS events to support the Cayman Islands Cancer Society and Meals on Wheels.

In Focus: Orange You Glad charity fundraiser

Orange was the colour of the evening on Saturday as hundreds of guests turned out to support the Orange You Glad event to raise funds for Meals on Wheels at The Ritz-Carlton Saturday night.

EDITORIAL – Working together to banish hunger from our shores

Pooled together, even pocket change has the power to help eradicate hunger.

Thousands donate to Meals on Wheels

Thousands of residents took part in Meals on Wheels ‘¢hange for Change Coin Drive’ over the weekend to raise money to feed housebound and disabled seniors throughout Cayman.

Volunteers needed for Meals on Wheels drive

More than 250 volunteers will be out and about later this month to raise money to feed housebound and disabled seniors throughout Cayman.

Meals on Wheels Turkey Trot set for late November

The third annual Meals on Wheels Turkey Trot will take place on Saturday, Nov. 24, at the Holiday Inn Resort Grand Cayman, and the course will circle SafeHaven.

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​Dress down to support Meals on Wheels

Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels is inviting individuals, businesses, schools and organizations islandwide to participate in its annual "Seniors Rock" Dress Down Day fundraiser next Friday, Sept. 28.

Department of Commerce and Investment pitches in for citizen in need

The Department of Commerce and Investment found a way to come to the rescue of a Cayman citizen.

Record turnout for Deputy Governor’s 5K challenge

More than 2,000 participants took part in Deputy Governor Franz Manderson annual 5K Challenge on Sunday.

Meals on Wheels stages Orange You Glad gala

The Cayman chapter of Meals on Wheels staged its annual Orange You Glad gala on Saturday, and it experienced an uptick in support from previous years. Erin Bodden, general manager of Meals on Wheels, said the gala sold 300 seats and that organizers are still tabulating the returns.

Weekend Spotlight

Vickie Wheaton has the inside scoop on the weekend's best bets, including J'Ouvert, the Kirk Slam Fishing Tournament, Orange You Glad Gala and a chance to learn flamenco.

Glows orange: Meals on Wheels Gala

Grab that little black dress and orange accessories for the 5th Annual Meals on Wheels Orange You Glad Gala on April 21 at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman. The event has become a staple in Cayman’s social calendar and offers a great opportunity to catch up with those you haven’t seen in a while as you support a wonderful cause.

Meals on Wheels’ coin drive raises more than $30,000

More than 300 volunteers participated in the Meals on Wheels annual Change for Change Coin Drive, which took place on March 23 and 24 in Grand Cayman.
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Meals on Wheels seek coins to feed the elderly

Meals on Wheels will host its annual coin drive later this month to raise money to feed housebound and disabled seniors throughout Cayman.

Meals on Wheels gets boost from Taste of Cayman

The sale of raffle tickets at the annual Taste of Cayman festival earlier this month raised nearly $10,500 for Meals on Wheels and the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.

Deputy Governor’s 5K to benefit 3 charities

This year’s Deputy Governor’s 5K challenge will support three charitable ventures on Grand Cayman – Meals on Wheels, Feed Our Future and the Kiwanis Club of Grand Cayman’s “Buy a Kid Breakfast” program.

Retired, but still making a difference

Although retired, Beulah McField, who has been at the helm of Meals and Wheels for the past 20 years, continues to assist with the day-to-day operations of the program.

Nail salon raises money for Meals on Wheels

Polished Nail Salon raised $1,900 in November for Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels in a recent promotion which offered 20 percent off a service with a $10 donation to the charity.

Turkey Trot raised $4,000 for Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels’ second annual Turkey Trot 5K and 10K Walk raised more than $4,000 for supplies for the charity, which currently serves 218 seniors, housebound or disabled individuals across Grand Cayman.

Local business in brief: Ogier donates $30,000 to Meals on Wheels

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Meals on Wheels: 2 decades, nearly 1 million meals

When the Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels started in 1997, a small group of volunteers delivered food three days per week to 14 senior citizens.

School’s ‘Dress Down Day’ supports Meals on Wheels

Students of the Wesleyan Christian Academy held a Dress Down Day recently to help support Meals on Wheels.

Civil servants hand out Meals on Wheels

Twenty-eight civil servants set out on 14 routes Monday, from George Town to West Bay, to deliver 100 meals to the elderly, disabled and housebound.

Charity Dress Down Day

It’s time to add some orange to your wardrobe, and we’re not just talking about pumpkin time in October.

Donors step up to replace stolen Meals on Wheels money

Money stolen from Meals On Wheels earlier this month has been more than replaced thanks to generous donors.

EDITORIAL – More than money: Thieves steal sense of community

Just how low can an individual sink? To that primordial question, some local criminals have provided an ugly answer. (Hint: Paramecia exhibit more evolved behavior.)

‘I’m at a loss’: Burglars hit Meals on Wheels

Meal service for housebound clients was disrupted Monday after thieves broke into Meals on Wheels’ George Town office over the weekend and stole $500 cash and damaged property.

Meals on Wheels receives huge donation of food

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.

Meals on Wheels celebrates 20 years

Meals on Wheels kicked off its annual fundraising campaign and celebrated its 20th anniversary by hosting an “Icon Day” on Friday. The “Icon Day” gave individuals from across the public and private sectors an opportunity to bring awareness of seniors’ hunger.

Business in brief: C&W names Garfield Sinclair head of Caribbean

HSM appoints head of Private Client & Trusts; CIBC FirstCaribbean donates to charities; Ogier teams advise on fruit giant takeover bid; Ronco Cayman supports education in Ghana; Ogier donates groceries to elders in need

Turkey Trot 5K raises money for Meals on Wheels

Though Thanksgiving has come and gone, the spirit of the day was on display at the Meals on Wheels Turkey Trot 5K run/walk on Saturday. Meals on Wheels Chairman Rob Imparato donned a turkey suit for the event, though most runners opted for more traditional running gear to set off on the run.

The only calendar you’ll need this Christmas

There are already Christmas items in the shops and festive ads on the television, now that the holiday season is near. The local calendar is filling up with events guaranteed to get people in the holiday spirit, beginning with the Christmas tree lighting at Camana Bay on Saturday.

The only calendar you’ll need this Christmas

There are already Christmas items in the shops and festive ads on the television, now that the holiday season is near. The local calendar is filling up with events guaranteed to get people in the holiday spirit, beginning with the Christmas tree lighting at Camana Bay on Saturday.

EDITORIAL – Minister Bodden: Focusing attention on our elderly

Minister Osbourne Bodden has done well to pick up the mantle on behalf of Cayman’s seniors. Whoever becomes his successors in future governments, it behooves them to carry on this noble cause. What is at stake is nothing less than Cayman’s dignity – and its legacy.

Fitness for charity classes raise $435

Personal trainer Andre Leon has raised $435 for Meals on Wheels by hosting fitness classes last November (for “Movember”) and in April for charity.

EDITORIAL – Bush supports Cayman’s seniors

McKeeva Bush has consulted his conscience and answered its call on behalf of Cayman’s neglected, but nevertheless beloved, elderly community.

Bush wants budget boost for Meals on Wheels

Opposition Leader McKeeva Bush has suggested increasing the amount of money the Cayman Islands government provides to Meals of Wheels, which brings food to elderly residents who are home-bound or financially strapped.

‘Orange’ gala raises funds for Meals on Wheels

Many of Cayman’s most compassionate and most generous gathered Saturday evening in the ballroom of the Marriott Hotel to show their support for Meals on Wheels, a local charity that delivers hot meals to the island’s elderly and most vulnerable.

‘Orange You Glad’ to help Meals On Wheels

For one day, every year, the setting sun is eclipsed by a sea of orange heading out for a night of dinner and dancing.

EDITORIAL – Funding Meals on Wheels: A matter of conscience for our country

This is one of those moments – a moment that we must not let pass – that summons the conscience of our country.

EDITORIAL – Meals on Wheels: Plates for seniors, not platitudes

When public sector budgets are being crafted, every dollar is a decision. In that context, ranking at or near the government's list of priorities are the hundreds of elderly Caymanians who are hungry, isolated and vulnerable.

Business in brief: MUFG Investor Services appoints business development director

MUFG Investor Services, the global asset servicing arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, has appointed Mark Catalano as executive director, business development.

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