The Mission of the Maumee Senior Center is to create an atmosphere which affirms the dignity and self-worth of the older population by serving their physical, emotional and economic
well-being while encouraging their independence and continued participation in the community.
The Maumee Senior Center is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
Our Covid Story
When the pandemic struck the Lucas County area in March 2020, the Maumee Senior Center immediately stepped up to help area seniors through this devastating time in our lives.
The Maumee Senior Center adjusted to provide no-contact services and expanded the meal program to include home-delivered meals to seniors with nowhere to turn. Staff and community volunteers helped to provide more than 20,000 meals—more than 3 times the meals of 2019.
For one couple in their 90s, the pandemic included losing their son in a tragic accident after the wife suffered a stroke just months earlier. With businesses shut down, the couple turned to the Maumee Senior Center to borrow a wheelchair so the woman could attend her son’s funeral.
In addition, the Maumee Senior Center provided weekly activity packets, collected and distributed shelf-stable items, wellness calls, medical transportation, virtual programming and caregiver support throughout Maumee, south Toledo, Monclova, Waterville and Whitehouse areas.
We are proud of our volunteers and staff who were available to answer the needs of our community. Without them, so many people would have remained in need.
-- Malinda Ruble
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