Innovation Awards
Every year, we recognise outstanding local innovations at Meals on Wheels services. We pride ourselves on delivering 'more than just a meal' and these awards capture local initiatives that nurture the local community. 

Explore some of our most recent award recipients and programmes developed locally to suit their local community.
2020 Winner - Camden Meals on Wheels

Congratulations to Camden Meals on Wheels, who won the Innovation Award for ‘Social Connections’, with their mobile library service, 'The Book Bus'.

2020 Winner - Warrumbungle Community Care
Warrumbungle Community Care won for their ‘Creative use of COVID-19 emergency funding’, by involving their whole community in ensuring a tasty meal for vulnerable people during lockdown.
2020 Shortlisted Projects
Here is a list of honourable mentions from services around the state for their innovative projects.
2019 Winner - Griffith Meals on Wheels
Griffith Meals on Wheels won for their 'Hampers of Hope ' project, which rescues unsaleable food, then redistributes this food repacked into food hampers to disadvantaged members of the community.
2019 Winner - Sutherland Food Services
Sutherland Food Services, who are the Meals on Wheels provider in the Sutherland Shire of NSW, were awarded a Meals on Wheels NSW Wellness and Reablement Award for their 'Your Kitchen' Program.
2018 Winner - Brunswick Valley Meals on Wheels
The Brunswick Valley Meals on Wheels Service won an Innovation Award for their project, ‘Wollum
Aboriginal Meals Service'.
2018 Winner - Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group
An Innovation award went to Bucketts Way Neighbourhood Group for their ‘Britten Street Project’.
2018 Winner - Open Arms Care
Open Arms Care also won an Innovative Award for their ‘Organisation Performance Wheel.’
 
2018 Winner - Nepean Food Services
Nepean Food Services have won an award for their project “In Pursuit of Wellness and Reablement”.