Meals on Wheels Central Coast and Woolworths are working together to assist the elderly and People with Disability in the local community.
Thanks to a partnership between supermarket giant Woolies and Meals on Wheels Central Coast, clients will receive 1 x 4 pack of toilet paper.
Set to roll out next week, the valued commodity will be issued to clients with their regular meal deliveries.
“With the current hysteria surrounding toilet paper we were concerned that our clients were not getting the basic supplies that they needed,” Meals on Wheels CEO Dennis Taylor said.
“Woolworths have been incredibly generous in supplying us with the packs of toilet paper that will assist our clients over coming weeks.
“We are thrilled to team up with Woolworths to help the more vulnerable members of our community. Meals on Wheels Central Coast is doing everything possible to ensure all our aged and disabled clients on the Coast are given every opportunity to be kept healthy and well in their own homes during the Coronavirus event”, Mr Taylor said.
The partnership with Woolworths will not just be limited to the Central Coast, with Meals on Wheels organisations across the state also benefiting from the initiative.
Meals on Wheels Central Coast cater to over 800 clients on the Central Coast, delivering around 14,000 meals per month to the elderly and People with Disability.