The Montgomery Area Council On Aging 

We Are Meals On Wheels

Our Mission

The Montgomery Area Council On Aging assists senior citizens by providing services to promote independent living, by offering opportunities to enhance quality of life, and by increasing
community awareness of senior issues.

MACOA Recent News

SENIORS OF ACHIEVEMENT HONOREES ANNOUNCED

We are excited to announce the honorees for the 29th Annual Seniors of Achievement Awards!  The Awards Luncheon will be held on October 19th at 11:30am at the Montgomery Country Club.  We are excited to recognize seniors who have made significant lifetime contributions to their communities.  Click here to view the list of honorees and to learn about the awards luncheon to honor these distinguished citizens who have truly blessed the lives of others!  

MACOA WELCOMES NEW BOARD MEMBERS
 

2016 New MACOA Board Members (L to R: Jason Gardner, Andrea McCain, and John Craft) Not Pictured: Jim Broyles and Jake Kyser)

We are excited to welcome new members to the MACOA Board.  We look forward to working with Jim Broyles, John Craft, Jason Gardner, Jake Kyser, and Andrea McCain to serve seniors in our community.  Please join us in giving them a warm welcome!  

MONTGOMERY,
LET'S DO LUNCH!

Volunteer your lunch break to share a hot meal and a happy hello with homebound seniors that receive Meals on Wheels! Montgomery, Let's Do Lunch!

ADAMS DRUGS GIVES BIG
FOR SENIORS

Donna Marietta-MACOA Executive Director, Jim Smith and Scott Vinson of Adams Drugs, and Pete Knight-MACOA Board President

Thank you to all that purchased prescriptions from Adams Drugs during the month of April and May! We are thankful for the generous donation of $6,500 to support MACOA and Meals On Wheels! Thank you Adams Drugs for being a great partner for Seniors in our community!

ARCHIBALD CENTER SEPTEMBER FRIENDS NEWSLETTER AVAILABLE NOW!

The Archibald Center is full of activities and excitement.  Through travel opportunities, art, educational programs, monthly luncheons, day trips and recreational activities, participants enrich their lives, enjoy the companionship of friends and learn more about their world and community. View the September Newsletter here for the latest news, schedule, and updates!

BB&T BANK ASSOCIATES RENOVATE OUR WELCOME CENTER

BB&T Bank Associates make handrails for Senior Safety

MACOA’s Welcome Center received a facelift for a total of $5,000 in improvements, thanks to the hands-on efforts of more than a dozen BB&T associates. BB&T Lighthouse Projects are conducted each spring across the bank’s entire service area in order to provide corporate financial support to local charities while associates roll up their sleeves and go to work. MACOA was selected for a Lighthouse Project in the Montgomery market. “We give every associate eight hours of paid leave to work on a Lighthouse Project,” said Guy Davis, BB&T Market President. “We probably had 15 associates work on the MACOA project for four or five hours each,” Davis said. The hard-working team’s visit

produced visible results:

-Painted the Welcome Center and Library
-Added handrails in the Welcome Center
-Printed and framed photos
-Provided new shelves and furniture for the Library
-Replaced lighting in the Welcome Center and Library
-Installed new light fixture in Welcome Center
-Installed new multimedia Smart TV at entranceway
-Added new runner in hallway
-Replaced the door in Welcome Center

For Davis, MACOA was an especially good choice for the time and attention. “We think the mission of

MACOA lines up with the mission of BB&T which is to make our communities a better place to live,”

he said. Thank you, BB&T!

MACOA PROUDLY PARTICIPATES IN LAUNCH OF AMERICA, LET'S DO LUNCH!

Meals on Wheels America is thrilled to launch a first-of-its-kind national awareness campaign with the Ad Council designed to inspire and recruit a new pipeline of volunteers for the nationwide network of Meals on Wheels programs. Through heartfelt PSAs created by pro-bono creative agency Anomaly and award-winning photographer Mark Seliger, "America, Let's Do Lunch™" shines an important spotlight on just a few of the 2.4 million seniors Meals on Wheels serves each year. MACOA is proud to participate in this launch of #LetsDoLunch to serve Seniors in our community! To learn more about volunteering with us click here!

HYUNDAI FUNDS A ROUTE TO FEED SENIORS

“Since 2011, HMMA Team Members have helped prepare food for Meals on Wheels routes as part of the 9-11 Corporate Day of Service,” said Rick Neal, senior vice president – human resources and administration, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama. “Giving back to the community is a cornerstone of HMMA’s corporate social responsibility efforts.  MACOA provides an invaluable service to homebound seniors in our community and we are leased to support their Meals on Wheels program by sponsoring a route in Montgomery.” We are grateful for the $10,000 contribution from Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama to fund a Meals On Wheels route to feed 10-12 homebound Seniors hot nutritious noon meals for an entire year!

 MACOA RELEASES FY15
ANNUAL REPORT

MACOA is proud to announce the release of the 2014-2015 Annual Report to share the latest news and updates. We hope this report will give insight into our efforts to fight senior hunger and isolation in our community. View it here!

MACOA receives 2016
MAX Community Achievement Award

MAX President & CEO Greg McClellan joins MACOA Executive Director Donna Marietta and MACOA Board Chairman Pete Knight, Jr. MAX at the 2016 MAX Community Reception

MACOA is proud to be the 2016 recipient of the MAX Community Achievement Award!  This is an honor to be recognized at the MAX Community Reception for our service to Seniors for over 40+ years. We are pleased to have MAX Credit Union serve as a Corporate Route Partner volunteering to deliver Meals On Wheels to fight against Senior hunger and isolation. Thank you for this award, the generous $2,500 contribution, and the video capturing meaningful moments.  We look forward to our continued partnership for many years ahead!

CLICK IMAGE BELOW TO VIEW
MACOA VIDEO FOR THE
2016 MAX COMMUNITY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD!

 

 


Visit the MACOA Publications Page to view The Archibald Friends Newsletter and MACOA Highlights Magazine online!

MEALS ON WHEELS FIGHTS SENIOR HUNGER

Source: Meals On Wheels America

THIS IS HOW WE ROLL!
READ ALL ABOUT IT IN THE SUMMER ISSUE OF HIGHLIGHT NEWS

MACOA volunteers, staff, and supporters participate in a Summer of service to Seniors! We rolled out miles of smiles delivering 400 meals a day.  Click here to view the Summer issue of our quarterly newsletter Highlight News!   

MACOA PARTNERS WITH RIVER REGION UNITED WAY FOR DAY OF ACTION TO PREPARE OVER 1,000 MEALS

Thank you River Region United Way and nearly 150 volunteers for helping to make a difference in the lives of area homebound seniors on the Meals On Wheels waiting list through the Day of Action!

MACOA CALENDAR
SAVE THE DATE

To view complete list of upcoming activities and dates click here:

September 29, 2016
RSVP Elmore County Volunteer Recognition

October 5, 2016
MACOA Board of Directors Meeting

11:30am
MACOA

October 10, 2016
MACOA Closed in Observance of Columbus Day

October 16-22, 2016
Archibald Center New York City Aboard Amtrak

New York

October 19, 2016
29th Annual Seniors of Achievement Luncheon

11:00am
Montgomery Country Club

November 2, 2016
MACOA Board of Directors Meeting

11:30am
MACOA

November 11, 2016
MACOA Closed in Observance of Veterans Day

November 13, 2016
12th Annual International Tasting

2:00pm-4:00pm
Southern Homes & Gardens- Vaughn Road

November 24-25, 2016
MACOA Closed in Observance of Thanksgiving

December 7, 2016
MACOA Board of Directors Meeting

11:30am
MACOA

December 23 and 26, 2016
MACOA Closed in Observance of Christmas

December 31, 2016 and January 1, 2017
MACOA Closed in Observance of New Year

March 5, 2017
23rd Annual Culinary Caper

11:30am
Alabama Activity Center

April 3-8, 2017
Archibald Center Spring in Washington, DC
Washington, DC

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Call Us Today

Information & Assistance:

MACOA MAIN LINE
334-263-0532

MEALS ON WHEELS DIRECT
334-240-6765

ARCHIBALD CENTER DIRECT
334-240-6767

MACOA EAST
334-354-3935

RETIRED AND SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP) DIRECT
334-265-9204

ELDER ABUSE HOTLINE
334-262-7378

           

         MACOA IS A PROUD MEMBER OF THE
MONTGOMERY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Hours of Operation:

Monday - ThursDAY
8:00am to 4:30pm

Friday
8:00am to 12:00pm


MACOA is proud to be
River Region United Way Affiliate
Agency #29

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VOLUNTEER TRAINING EVERY THURSDAY AT 9:00am AT OUR OFFICE

CONSIDER VOLUNTEERING AS A MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVER BY GIVING ONE HOUR TO DELIVER MEALS TO HOMEBOUND SENIORS IN
OUR COMMUNITY

 
CONTACT PAM GOODWIN AT
(334) 263-0532
 OR PJGOODWIN@MACOA.ORG
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