Healthy Food Choices a High Priority

Meals on Wheels Central Coast (MOWCC) and The Flagstaff group have combined forces and have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding to offer a wide range of nutritional meal choices to their organisations clients.

The MOU, set to commence in September 2017, will allow the two respected companies to expand their client base, potentially delivering meals to over 850 aged and disabled people across the Central Coast.

Ron Thomsen, Chairman of Meals on Wheels Central Coast Board of Governance, said that the relationship with The Flagstaff Group was welcomed and was entirely client directed to add value to the Meals on Wheels service theme of ‘more than just a meal’.

“We want to offer to our existing clients and new customers a huge range of meals with competitive pricing”, Mr Thomsen said.

“The Flagstaff Group has an established history of working with a number of not for profit service providers, and this, along with their expertise in the food industry, makes it an ideal pairing with MOWCC.

“We believe that working with The Flagstaff Group will add value to our traditional client base as we will be able to provide a wide range of nutritional meals made with high quality products.”

As with MOWCC, The Flagstaff Group has built its business around supporting our aged and disabled communities in New South Wales.

Both organisations seek to enhance people’s lives, with Flagstaff known for its specialisation in disability employment and socialisation in NSW.

This, along with MOWCC established history of meal deliveries, community restaurants and lifestyle living programs, make the relationship with The Flagstaff Group one that will improve the lives of many members of our Central Coast Community.

“Flagstaff Fine Foods is delighted to be working with Central Coast Meals on Wheels, a likeminded organisation who is passionate about the provision of quality services to clients in their community. This collaboration enables Flagstaff to provide meaningful social outcome of skills development and supported employment to people with a disability,” said Roy Rogers, Chief Executive Officer of The Flagstaff Group.

MOWCC look forward to the future and to working with The Flagstaff Group, to continue to offer ‘more than just a meal’.  Along with the launch of their new division ‘Combined Home Services’, MOWCC will be able to offer all important services to the most vulnerable members of our community.

Pictured from Left to Right are: Dennis Taylor, CEO Meals on Wheels Central Coast;  Karen Burdett, Group Sales & Marketing Manager, The Flagstaff Group; Ron Thomsen, Chairman, Board of Governance Meals on Wheels Central Coast; Neel Honavar, Business Development Manager, Flagstaff Fine Foods


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