A Few Photos

Tell a little of Our Story

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  • MEMBER 1

    Masks by Zajac

    Homemade Masks for Volunteers

    Board member Marion Zajac made many homemade masks for volunteers to keep the clients safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • MEMBER 2

    Nottingham Insurance

    Nottingham Insurance

    The employees of Nottingham Insurance donate to Mobile Meals for their annual jeans day.

  • MEMBER 3

    Jane Lockwood

    Mary Jane Lockwood

    Board member and longtime volunteer, Jane Lockwood at the New Jersey State Employees Charitable Contribution kick off at the NJ State Library.

  • MEMBER 4

    Care One Hamilton

    Valentine"s Day Treats

    R to L, Eileen Eversheim, Heather Koons, Naomi Espinosa and Dr. James Federici show the Valentine's Day treats prepared by the residents of Care One Hamilton for home bound clients of Mobile Meals, Hamilton.

  • MEMBER 5

    Kurlander Award

    For Service Above Self

    Eileen Eversheim received the Carl E. Kulander Award for "Service Above Self" from the Rotary Club of Hamilton. She received the award from Dr. James A. Federici, President of the Board of Directors, Mobile Meals of Hamilton.

  • MEMBER 6

    Rotary Club of Robbinsville-Hamilton

    Another day, another award

    Club president, Bill Coleman and member Scott Biondi present a check to Mobile Meals of Hamilton and the presitigous Vern Applegate Service Award to Director Eileen Eversheim..

  • MEMBER 7

    Rotary Club of Hamilton

    Annual Donations

    President Ty Robinson presents their annual donation to Club Member Eileen Eversheim.

  • MEMBER 8


    The Three Amigas

    Diana Zita, CEO of Hamilton Area YMCA (and MMH BOD member), Eileen Eversheim and Yolanda Stinger, Director of Marketing and Community Relations (also an MMH BOD member) at Hamilton Continuing Care Center were all smiles when it was announced that Mobile Meals of Hamilton, Inc. was the recipient of the Nonprofit of the year award from the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission..

  • MEMBER 9


    Printworx Donates

    The team at Printworks selected Mobile Meals of Hamilton Township as their nonprofit of the month.

  • MEMBER 10

    Hamilton YMCA

    Community day at the Hamilton Area YMCA

    Provided an opportunity for good friends to get together to promote their important work in the Hamilton community.

  • MEMBER 11

    Christmas Gifts

    Volunteers Deliver Christmas Gifts

    Christmas gifts were collected from the RWJ University Hospital's Giving Tree and distributed by volunteers to clients of Mobile Meals Hamilton. This is the 10th year that hospital employees have generously provided for our clients.

  • MEMBER 12

    Donor Wars

    Donor Wars

    Eileen Eversheim joined many Hamilton community leaders at the Community Blood Drive hosted by Killarney's Irish Pub.

  • MEMBER 13

    Happy 102nd Birthday!

    Mrs. Weiger turns 102!

    Eileen Eversheim and volunteer Kathy Jensen enjoy cake with Mrs. Weiger who turned 102-years-old. She still lives alone in her own home and is sharp as a tack! Kathy and Mrs. Weiger enjoy a friendship that extends beyond delivering meals.

  • MEMBER 14

    State Employees Charitable

    Manning the Display

    Eileen Eversheim represents Mobile Meals of Hamilton at the New Jersey State Employees Charitable Contribution kick off at the NJ State Library.

  • MEMBER 15


    A Non-Perishable Food Collection

    Eileen Eversheim and Dr. James Federici accept the large non-perishable food collection from Sandy Galino and her community for the homebound clients of Mobile Meals Hamilton.

  • MEMBER 16

    Valentine's Day?


    Treats prepared by the residents of Care One Hamilton for home bound clients of Mobile Meals, Hamilton.

  • MEMBER 17

    Robbinsville-Hamilton Rotary Club

    $500 Donation

    Club President Ken Diener presents Eileen Eversheim with a $500 donation from the foundation. Ms. Eversheim informed the members the impact of a daily meal has on homebound, chronically ill, handicapped or convalescing individuals. In addition to providing adequate nutrition, the service often enables people to remain in their homes longer and can reduce the feeling of isolation often experienced by the homebound.

  • MEMBER 18

    Happy 100th Birthday

    Mrs. Weiger Turns 100!

    Mobile Meals client Mrs. Weiger became a centenarian. Mobile Meals volunteer Teresa Selmon and Board President, Dr. James Federici presented a card signed by our whole crew and a beautiful floral arrangement.

  • MEMBER 19

    Another Award

    RWJUH and Mobile Meals of Hamilton Perfect Together

    Diane Grillo, Vice President Health Promotion at RWJ University Hospital Hamilton presents Eileen Eversheim with a special volunteer recognition award for her work at Mobile Meals of Hamilton.