Generations of Indian Valley is currently closed.  We are responding to emails and voice mails.  If you have a question or concern, and especially if you need assistance with basic needs, please contact us at 215-723-5841 or email

There will be no Meals on Wheels deliveries to our North Penn and Indian Valley clients on Monday, July 5.  We will resume Monday-Friday Meals on Wheels service to the Indian Valley and North Penn Areas  beginning on Tuesday, July 6.  

Drive-through meal service is  offered Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:45am-12:15pm.  Reservations are required.  Click here for full details, then scroll down the page. 

Virtual Program Offerings are now being offered!  Click here for full details, then scroll down the page. 

Select in-person programs will resume begining on August 9, 2021.  All in-person programs require pre-registration.  Sorry, there will be no "drop-in" participation opportunities in August.  For full details, please click here for  our July/August newsletter. 

Click on the COVID-19 Emergency Updates button below for a list of resources and helpful information, then scroll down the page.  

COVID-19 Emergency Updates

Successes and Testimonials

Fighting to End Senior Hunger


9.3 million Americans over the age of 60 face the threat of hunger. That’s 1 in 6. From the onset of the 2007 recession until 2012, the number of seniors experiencing the threat of hunger increased by 49%. Through our noon time meal and Meals on Wheels programs alone, Generations serves more than 95,000 nutritious meals per year to low-income seniors at no cost to them.

Adequate nutrition is necessary for health, functionality and the ability to remain independent. Healthy eating can increase mental acuity, resistance to illness and disease, energy levels, immune system strength, recuperation speed and the ability to manage chronic health problems. Generations’ nutrition programs ensure that seniors have access to adequate nutrition even when family support, mobility and resources are lacking.

Research conducted by Meals on Wheels America has shown that senior nutrition programs promote independence and health for our senior populations. Their research also has shown that an entire year of meals can be served to a Meals on Wheels client for the same cost as seven days in a nursing home.

Community Partnerships

Generations Works With Local First Responders

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy in October, 2012, Generations’ staff and volunteers used the Center’s facilities and resources to work in partnership with local Emergency Responders and provided nearly 500 meals for community senior citizens in homes without power. Residents of Valley Vista – a senior citizen, low income, high-rise in Souderton were without power for an entire week following the storm. Emergency personnel determined that bringing meals to the elderly residents was safer than moving them out of their homes. With the help of Generations, all of the residents were able to receive hot, nutritious meals until power was restored.

Generations Aids Other Senior Centers

Beginning in early December 2013, Generations assumed responsibility for preparing and delivering the noontime meal for a nearby senior community center in Lansdale, Pennsylvania – The PEAK Center. Following relocation from their own building to space within the Schwenkfeld Manor community, the PEAK Center is without a kitchen of their own and needed an outside provider for their congregate meal program. Each day, Monday through Friday, Generations prepares and delivers their daily meal. While they were in their own facility, the PEAK Center served an average of 12 meals per day. Since the beginning of December that count has grown to 35-40 meals per day.