KleinLife honors Home Delivered Meals Program packers and drivers

The program provides meals to homebound seniors in Bucks County and Philadelphia

As part of its Subaru Share the Love holiday program, KleinLife, through its sponsorship of RSVP Philadelphia, honored the volunteer meal packers and delivery drivers in its Home Delivered Meals Program at a special breakfast celebration in Northeast Philadelphia.

Pictured at the salute (back row, from left) are Inna Gulko, director of support services at KleinLife; Harrison Rothbaum, director of volunteers for RSVP Philadelphia; John Eskate, director of RSVP Philadelphia; volunteers Barnett Ellis, Jay Lipschutz, Don Rosensweig and Ji Ahn, RSVP Philadelphia social services coordinator; (front row, from left) Rachel Schenk, delivery specialist for Colonial Subaru in Feasterville; Sue Aistrop, vice president of KleinLife; and Howard Dyner, a volunteer.

Subaru of America, through its dealer network, will contribute $250 to Meals on Wheels for every new car sold or leased from now through the end of the year.

RSVP Philadelphia provides some 70,000 meals annually to homebound seniors in Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery Counties who cannot shop or cook for themselves.

Over the past 11 years, Subaru and its retailers have helped the Meals on Wheels network deliver more than 2.2 million meals to homebound seniors across the country.

KleinLife is located at 10100 Jamison Avenue and can be reached at 215-698-7300 or kleinlife.org. RSVP Philadelphia can be contacted at 267-345-7787.