Orders now being taken for Soup on Wheels

Fresh Meals On Wheels is taking orders for Soup On Wheels through Feb. 19

Throughout the past year, Fresh Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County (FMOW) has continued to safely deliver high quality, made-from-scratch meals that cater to meal recipient’s dietary needs. In order to protect volunteers, staff, and the high risk population served by the program, in-person events had to stop.

After unearthing a small stash of Talavera pottery left over from the final Love Bowls event last year, FMOW staff decided to host a pandemic-safe fundraising event called Soup On Wheels.

Participants can choose from a variety of soups including Sargento’s chicken parmesan, Tavern on Woodlake’s cream of celeriac-mushroom duxelles, The Wisconsin Room’s Manhattan clam chowder, The American Club Special Events’ curry roasted carrot, Blackwolf Run’s tomato basil; and chili, chicken noodle, minestrone and beef barley from the Christopher Family Kitchen at Fresh Meals On Wheels.

Each dinner package includes one quart of gourmet soup (ready to reheat), two dinner rolls, two assorted homemade desserts, and a Talavera bowl. Additional soup packages and Talavera pieces, including dinner and salad plates, may be ordered separately. Please note: soup and Talavera quantities are limited!

How does it work?

Visit by Feb. 19 to place an order and prepay.

Click the link in the confirmation email to choose a pick up time between 8 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 2.

Arrive at Meals On Wheels, 1004 S. Taylor Drive in Sheboygan, at the scheduled time, wear a mask, and wait in your car for a Meals On Wheels staff member to bring your order.

Return home, enjoy a delicious dinner, and feel good about helping provide nourishing food to seniors and homebound individuals in Sheboygan County.

For more information, visit or call 920-451-7011.

About Fresh Meals

On Wheels

For 50 years, FMOW has provided tasty, nutritious, home-delivered meals to Sheboygan County’s senior, disabled, and homebound residents. Since 2012, meals have been made in FMOW’s Christopher Family Kitchen using fresh, local ingredients from the FMOW gardens, or donated by local farmers and gardeners. During the COVID-19 pandemic, FMOW has gone to no-contact, weekly meal delivery. Volunteer Caring Callers regularly check in with clients by phone, providing peace of mind for clients and their families.

Fresh Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County has no waiting list or income restrictions. For more information, call 920-451-7011 or visit

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