Magnolia Meals at Home
is a new pilot program that delivers free nutritional meals to households affected by breast cancer so that families can spend more time together.
A meal can make a difference! Take a look at this infographic on nutrition and the Meal Train program
, sponsored by Magnolia.
A partnership between Magnolia: the Eisai Women’s Oncology Program, Cancer Support Community (CSC), CancerCare, and Meals On Wheels Association of America (MOWAA), this program is currently available in and around two pilot cities, Andover, Massachusetts and Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.
Eligible participants in the program will receive up to two months of home meal deliveries, each of which will include ten meals that are designed to help meet the nutritional needs of people living with breast cancer, and up to ten additional meals for their family members, if requested by the participant.
Feedback from this pilot program will help evaluate its success and improve it to better suit participants’ needs.
Who is eligible?
To enroll, men or women with breast cancer must be living in the Andover, MA or Woodcliff Lake, NJ areas.
They may be of any income and must fit one of the following criteria:
How does it work?
- Currently undergoing chemotherapy, radiation therapy or hormone therapy
- Underwent chemotherapy or radiation therapy in the last three months
- Have been discharged from a hospital (admission was cancer related) in the last three months
After getting enrolled, you will receive a call from Meals on Wheels to schedule a delivery date. Monthly meal deliveries occur between 10:00 am and 3:00 pm on weekdays. Someone must be home to accept the delivery.
Meals are frozen, but can be refrigerated for several days and will include an expiration date. Each meal contains a list of ingredients.
How do I enroll?
To enroll in Magnolia Meals at Home, contact Jane Brown at 617-733-5848
, or call the Cancer Support Community toll-free helpline at 1-888-793-9355
Read the program Brochure
and Frequently Asked Questions