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Free dinners for the disabled

Post by Allison » Wed Mar 09, 2016 9:33 am

Hello. I am living with my mother and law and she’s disabled. She has a lot of medical problems. She’s a diabetic and she had a leg amputated. I take care of her full time. I want to know how to get her the free frozen dinners in Talladega County in Alabama.

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Post by Derrick » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:33 pm

Hi, I'm trying to get emergency help ASAP. I need food for dinner. My electric was turned off on Wednesday and have nothing to pay to get it back on. I am on Social Security Disability and only get $1028 a month and just alone for my car insurance is $247. I don't have a dollar after a few days of getting my check.
I don't even go food shopping. So can you please help me, I've called so many people and getting no where and have to fill out applications and it's been almost a week with no electric and can't do all that. Please help me or if you know someone that can. I don't ever ask for help and I'm sorry I am asking you. Thank you and gave a good day.

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Post by Goodman » Mon Jan 08, 2018 2:24 pm

Yes, I am a single mother with a disability. I don't have a job but I have 3 kid,s 2 boys and 1 girl that will need help for Thanksgiving and Christmas and I myself need some help with some bills if possible. We need food and ingredients for our dinner.
Where can I sign up or where do I need to go to get help? I am staying with someone right now. I'm located in Denton Texas thanks!!

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Re: Free dinners for the disabled

Post by Admin » Sat Apr 07, 2018 9:45 am

If you are disabled, you may be able to get home delivery of food, meals, ingredients, and what not. There is one service to use, and it is free (though a donation is appreciated). Find details, and sign up here, for meals on wheels.
Goodman wrote:We need food and ingredients for our dinner.
Where can I sign up or where do I need to go to get help? I am staying with someone right now. I'm located in Denton Texas thanks!!

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Post by Pleasant » Wed Sep 05, 2018 10:28 pm

I'm writing this email to inquire about Christmas help for my disabled daughter living in Ozark Montana. She is extremely Ill and waiting on her SSI to be approved. Her husband works up to 6 days a week. But, have fallen on hard times lately. She told me they weren't having Christmas until later next year when things were (hopefully) better. They have no food for a meal or dinner and no toys.
She has 2 boys, age 14 and age 10. Is there any help out there, at least a meal, for her this year for Christmas?
I'm her mother but only get 733 a month cos I'm disabled. I have 9 grand kids so I can't do for any of them. I've recently had 3 surgeries myself and am still recovering.
If you can help her, please email her. She doesn't know where to go to look for help, as they have only lived up there close to 3 years. Thank you.

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Re: Free dinners for the disabled

Post by Admin » Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:27 pm

There are food pantries and soup kitchens at the Salvation Army near you. Try them for a meal. There are also many resources for the disabled. I hope she finds the food and help she needs.

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