| Phone: 613-549-1232 or
1-800-267-7875 ext. 1224
| Phone: 613-546-0320
|Address:||629 Princess Street
Martha's Table is a not-for-profit charitable organization that provides low cost nutritious meals to those in need in an environment that encourages mutual respect, acceptance and understanding. Our meals are served Monday through Friday by volunteers in a restaurant-style setting for the nominal cost of one dollar. Dinner is served from 3:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. Our drop-in center or “Friendship Room” is a safe and comfortable space where people come for companionship and are presented with an opportunity to enjoy light snacks and drinks at no charge from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. from Monday to Friday.
| Phone: 613-634-0130
|Address:||1469 Princess Street
Meals on Wheels is a service that delivers hot, noon-time meals to seniors who require nutritional help, are mentally or physically challenged, or for those with an acute or chronic illness. In the Kingston area, it is operated by the Victorian Order of Nurses. Each meal contains at least three of the four food groups and meals are on a rotating four week schedule to avoid repetition. Meals are served Monday-Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Delivery is free. Call for pricing details.
| Phone: 613-544-4534
|Address:||140 Hickson Avenue
Partners in Mission Food Bank help to nourish local low-income families and individuals through generous monetary and food donations from the Kingston community. The food bank provides not only non-perishable items, but also fresh produce including milk, eggs, meat, and seasonal fruits and vegetables.
| Phone: 613-384-0793
|Address:||150 Bath Road
Ramekins makes mealtime easy for seniors with the 7-meal deal. Delicious take-home meals are made fresh ready to eat, or freeze, for future dinners. Senior-sized portions are available for pick-up or may be delivered. Delivery dates are every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons. Ramekins also offers catering services for any type of event regardless of size.
|Address:||56 Francis Street
The Seniors Association offers a number of healthy living support services including bereavement counselling, exercising with arthritis, an arthritis clinic, and blood pressure checks. Various stroke support services are offered which include:
Living with Stroke – Stroke survivors and their care partners are provided the opportunity to participate in an 8-week series focusing on adjusting to life after stroke. Series topics include: communication, physical changes, emotions, reducing the risks of stroke, etc.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation has graciously offered the support needed to develop these programs.