Hover over the red markers on the map for details of services in each area.
We provide a range of services, delivered by volunteers, to older people in Scotland including:
A weekly grocery delivery service where volunteers visit to collect a shopping list, make up the order in the local supermarket and deliver the groceries later that week, unpacking and putting away where needed.
Food Train Friends
A befriending service providing trips out, home visits and telephone calls, bringing some fun, laughter, friendship and social contact to older people.
Food Train Extra
A service offering help and support with practical everyday household tasks which may include window cleaning, changing bedding, freezer defrosting, etc..
Food Train Library
Drop off and return of library books for anyone who is unable to access their local library due to poor health, poor mobility, fragility or disability.
Local people cook and share extra portions of their own home cooked food with an older person living nearby who could benefit from warm meals and increased social interaction.
Eat Well Age Well
This project is about understanding malnutrition and exploring what can be done to prevent it.
Meal Makers and Eat Well Age Well operate throughout Scotland.