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How FEAST Shares The Love With Our Montpelier Community

The FEAST Senior Meals Program has been serving Meals on Wheels recipients in the Montpelier and Berlin area for over a decade. Each year, we serve over a hundred recipients, and in 2022, FEAST delivered over 20,000 nutritious meals. Take a look at some of our volunteers packing meals in our FEAST Kitchen to go out to our recipients. 

Yona Volunteering in the Kitchen August 2022

Meal delivery means more than just a meal to our recipients. A meal recipient's delivery represents a time to connect with their volunteer driver, someone they care about and can reliably talk to each time. Recipients talk about their day, share their stories with us, and truly share the love.

Subaru's Share The Love empowers charities to do good in the communities they serve. For 15 years, Subaru has been running their Share the Love Event, and they have donated over $250 million to national and hometown charities across the U.S. FEAST Senior Meals is honored to partner with Subaru as a Meals on Wheels member in Central Vermont. 

This post was made in collaboration with Subaru's Share The Love program.

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V4A and GetSetUp offering Technology Classes

The Vermont Association of Area Agencies on Aging (V4A), serving the more than 132,000 older adults aged 60+ in Vermont, and GetSetUp, the largest and fastest-growing virtual social learning platform designed specifically for older adults, have partnered to help bridge the digital divide and combat social isolation for residents of Vermont. The partnership provides live interactive classes on GetSetUp by older adults for older adults from the comfort of their own homes.  Older adults can join at no cost for one year.
Through GetSetUp’s custom-built video learning interface the experience has been tailored to older adults of all tech levels. The platform offers support via phone and in all classes to assist learners with technology and includes a booking system complete with regular reminders and after-class notes. Vermont’s older adults can easily connect with a safe community of over 4.4 million peers globally. Learners can choose from a catalog of over 3,000 classes that shift weekly and are available around the clock for the next year. Classes promote digital literacy, socialization, health and wellness, and new learning experiences. Plus, classes are available in multiple languages including Spanish, Mandarin, and Hindi.

To learn more about GetSetUp and enroll in classes, visit 2022 Image

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