The new Meals on Wheels Metro Tulsa headquarters will be a more healthful, safe, and secure environment for our community neighbors in need.

Meals on Wheels Metro Tulsa

Hardesty Service Center

Fueled by more than 1400 volunteers, Meals on Wheels provides nutritious meals, safety checks, and friendly, caring contact to elderly and disabled homebound individuals — helping them to maintain independence, dignity, and well-being. Delivering far more than just meals, their goal is to help create a community in which no one is left alone, hungry, or isolated due to illness, disability, or impediment to daily living.

Inspired by their daily acts of kindness and service, Selser Schaefer Architects is excited to collaborate with Meals on Wheels Metro Tulsa on the design of their new headquarters. The organization has two major goals for this renovation project:
(1) Increase daily meal production operations
(2) Promote community interaction

The resulting new facility will be a production, packaging, and distribution facility allowing the organization to increase its served meals capacity from 300,000 meals per year to 1,000,000.

Learn more about Meals on Wheels Metro Tulsa here.