Meals are delivered to each client one day per week, Sunday through Friday. The delivery window for each client is a span of four hours. Clients are notified of their delivery date and time window, which will remain the same unless otherwise notified. In the event of a holiday, some clients will be on a holiday schedule and these clients will receive a notice of the change.
This life-saving service is free of charge to our clients.
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