The Senior Nutrition Site provides a hot lunch weekdays at noon to senior citizens age 60 and older. Any senior citizen who would like to participate in the Senior Nutrition Lunch Program must first register at the Senior Center. Round trip curb‐to‐curb transportation is available to residents of the Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont on the Senior Bus. Transportation services are provided if the bus can safely navigate through the street. Passengers must be able to enter and exit the bus independently. Suggested contribution for bus transportation is $1 per day.
For home‐bound senior citizens who are unable to travel to the Senior Center, the Town of Mamaroneck offers a Meals on Wheels service. Those interested in this program should contact (914) 381-7849.
Menus are created by the Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services. Meals are prepared by Lunch with Lou, a local caterer. The menu rotates about every 6 weeks.
Hot meals generally include:
- Bread and margarine
- Fruit or dessert
- Meat or fish
Once registered, seniors must make a reservation before 1 p.m. the day before they wish to have the meal. Reservations may be made in person at the Senior Center, or by calling the Senior Center at 914-834-8840.
Cost of the Meal
The full cost of the daily meal will increase to $7.50 per meal in January 2022. A minimum suggested contribution of $4.95 per meal is requested. If you are unable to meet the suggested contribution, we ask that you contribute whatever amount you feel you can afford. Contributions are made anonymously and no one will be denied a meal due to the inability or unwillingness to pay. All contributions are required to go back into the Senior Nutrition Program and are used to help pay for the cost of the meal as well as other meal program expenses.
Any participant under the age of 60 must pay the full cost of the meal. Identification may be required for proof of age.
The Senior Nutrition Program is funded in part through the Town of Mamaroneck and through a grant from the Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services, the New York state Office for Aging and the US Administration on Aging. For more information, please visit Westchester County Senior Programs and Services.