What Is Your Hope for the Future of Meals on Wheels?

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I think that there's a desire to do the right thing. I feel as though Meals on Wheels has always been a non-partisan issue. I think to experience the difference that the $6 on average meal can make a safety check, a social visit, in the life and quality of life of someone about whom we care deeply, could be our parent, our grandparent, our uncle or aunt, military veteran, our local postman I think that kind of compelling experience will make a big difference in people realizing and that it's a very small investment to make for a huge payoff for this country, and part of the issue I think is the short term view of I need to save this much right now, but you don't want to be penny wise and pound foolish, and I think in Meals on Wheels that's what's happening.