Moveable Feast was founded in 1989 by a group of dedicated volunteers as a tax exempt nonprofit and is the only meal delivery program for homebound People Living with AIDS in the Greater Baltimore area. Moveable Feast even provides meals to dependent children and others residing with homebound People Living with AIDS. Last year we expanded our meal program to include women undergoing treatment for breast cancer and their families.
People with AIDS and other life-challenging conditions often become caught in a vicious cycle of poor appetite and physical weakness that prevents them from providing adequate meals for themselves. They suffer from severe illnesses that limit their physical activity; low income and high health care costs, and isolation from their support network during the work day. Severe malnutrition can be a life-threatening condition, and is a frequent cause of hospitalization for People Living With HIV/AIDS.
Now in our seventeenth year of service, we are continuing to grow and take on the new challenges that face our community. In addition to our original meal delivery program, we have added a "Meals for a Week" program as well as meals for several drop-off centers including HERO, STAR, YANA, Casey Family Services, Epiphany House and Chase-Brexton. Moveable Feast also provides a service called "People on the Move" which is an employment program for People Living with HIV/AIDS and a shuttle service used by the homeless population in the City of Baltimore. – less – More from ZoomInfo »