323 E Market St,

Warren, OH 44481


Ensuring that "no person goes hungry" in our community.

Trumbull Mobile Meals delivers a nutritious meal, a warm smile, and safety checks that help keep our seniors safe and living independently in their own homes.


For as little as $1, you can

help provide a meal for

someone in need.


If you can spare 2 hours a week, you can make a difference

in your community.

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We offer several programs for individuals, families, schools, and community groups!

Our Story

Learn about our mission, how we got started, and the history of Trumbull Mobile Meals


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Trumbull Mobile Meals delivers a nutritious meal, a warm smile, and safety checks that help keep our seniors safe and living independently in their own homes.


March For Meals 2018

 Thank You for a fabulous turnout

and successful 2018

Largest Number of Walkers/Participating:

 Thank You for a fabulous turnout

and successful 2018

Largest Number of Walkers/Participating:


 Thank You to our Sponsors 

Berk Enterprises, Inc
Continuing Healthcare Solutions
Nick Strimbu Inc
Kiwanas Club of Warren
CocaCola Bottling Co
Texas Roadhouse
Nova Coffee 
Warren Baking Company
Coordinated Program in Dietetics, Class of 2018 YSU
YSU Nutrition Majors Class of 2018

Top Pledge Winners for the Walk were:

1st Place Niles Key Club
2nd TCTC
3rd Judy Corbett


Hometown Heroes bring hot meals to doorsteps of people who need them

TRUMBULL CO., Ohio (WYTV) – A team of volunteers in Trumbull County get up bright and early so those in need can have hot meals.

Trumbull Mobile Meals started in 1970. The organization prepares fresh meals daily and delivers them to people who are homebound and can’t get or prepare a meal themselves.

It uses mostly local resources. Trumbull Mobile Meals’ produce comes from Scarpaci’s in Warren, bread comes from Schwebel’s in Youngstown, beverages from Austintown Dairy, and meat from Ohio farmers.

Over 40 volunteers cook and put the meals together. Then volunteer drivers deliver them fresh to over 240 people every day.

“It’s important to us. We believe neighbors need to help neighbors and in order to be a successful community, those are things that need to happen,” CEO Becky Edwards said.

Several volunteers said it doesn’t feel like work because they all have a great time with each other.

“I want to get out and help people and meet people,” said Sue Marvin, a 25-year volunteer.

Elise Tessean, a new volunteer, said it’s like family.

“You walk in and you meet everybody, and they’re so welcoming and they’re so excited to see you week in, week out.”

A lot of the people that receive these meals are senior citizens who, otherwise, might not be able to stay in their homes.

“I’ve had elderly family and at that time, services weren’t available and they had to go to assisted living or with a family member. This way, they’re kept independent in their own surroundings, which keeps them going more,” said Fred Black, who’s been volunteering for eight years.

Becky said they’ll always make sure people in need are fed.

“No matter what the weather is, we deliver those meals. If we close the office and don’t deliver, we still call every single client to make sure they have food and if they don’t, the staff here goes out and delivers meals to them.”

Energy and the desire to help others is something everyone at Trumbull Mobile Meals has in common.

“We all share that passion, it’s awesome,” Becky said. “It’s positives happening here in Trumbull County every single day.”

Fred said he’s going to keep volunteering until…

“They kick me out, or I can’t do it or I need the service.”

Trumbull Mobile Meals is always in need of volunteers. If you would like to help or if you know someone in need of a hot meal who can’t get one, visit Trumbull Mobile Meals’ website or call 330-394-2538.




Mineral Ridge
Newton Falls

Trumbull Mobile Meal’s goal is to make sure that the real face of hunger will fade away for those who are limited in mobility, ill/frail and homebound. There is a large segment of our community that are wheelchair bound, use walkers and canes, are too ill to prepare a meal, 

or do not have the resources to drive to a congregate meal site or

food distribution centers.  

The program was founded in 1970 by the women of the

Trumbull County Medical Society Alliance. 
The program is exclusive to Trumbull County, Ohio.

Who We Are 

We are able to keep the cost of our meals affordable for those who are on fixed incomes or limited  budgets.  Assistance may be available to those unable to pay for the full cost of the meals through our Sliding-Scale program. The Sliding Scale program is made possible through generous donations from our community.


Healthy & Convenient 

One or two meals a day
· Weekend meals
· Short and long term service
· Regular Meals
· Special diets
· No age restrictions
· Reasonable rates

Regular, Modified, Specialized, Therapeutic and Physician Prescriptive

· No concentrated sweets
· Low sodium
· Fat restricted
· Renal
· Bland
· Chopped    (mechanical)
· Pureed


Trumbull Mobile Meals goals are:

  • To help individuals remain self sufficient in their own homes.

  • Assist in delaying possible nursing home placement.

  • Provide assistance during recovery following accident and/or illness.


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Thank you for 2018

June 15th 2018


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