Meals to Angelenos with Disabilities Program

 

This meal program has ended.

Thank you for your interest in the Department on Disability's Meals to Angelenos with Disabilities Program, which was created as a lunch delivery service to bridge the hunger gap that exists for people with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in the City of Los Angeles.

The program was a collaborative effort with Khalsa Care Foundation, HUNGRY, and many other community organizations which has allowed us to serve over 49,000 meals to Angelenos with Disabilities throughout Los Angeles County.

Below are some Los Angeles County nutrition assistance resources available that continue to support the needs you may have:

  • CalFresh - Cash assistance for Individuals or Families.  Contact 1-866-613-3777 or visit GetCalFresh.org to apply. Please note that children of undocumented immigrants are eligible to receive CalFresh benefits if they are citizens or legal permanent residents.  Parents are encouraged to apply on behalf of their children who qualify.  The CalFresh program information is confidential.
  • Senior or Older Adults Meals - Contact 1-800-510-2020 for meals from Los Angeles County and the City of Los Angeles
  • WIC - Free food for Moms, Babies and Children under 5.  Contact 1-888-942-9675 to apply.
  • Free Groceries - Go to Los Angeles Regional Food Bank's food pantry locator at LAFoodBanks.org or contact 323-234-3030.
  • Grab & Go meals for school-aged kids - Contact the school district near you for “Grab and Go” meals offered in select schools.
  • Find Food through 211 -  Visit https://211la.org/food-resources or dial 211 to locate food resources near you, such as free groceries, student meals, and more.

 

Collage of Disaster Service Workers, Community Partners and Volunteers working hard for the Meals for Angelenos with Disabilities Program.


Thank you,


Meals to Angelenos with Disabilities Program Team