Ambler Meals on Wheels
Meals on Wheels is a community-based service that enables the homebound or elderly to live on their own by providing them with two meals a day, five days a week. Volunteer packers and drivers are always needed. This is a wonderful opportunity to fulfill volunteer requirements for scouts or schools. For more information please visit www.montcosaac.com.
Thanks to the generosity of individuals, churches, service organizations and businesses, the Mattie N. Dixon Community Cupboard has been one of the largest providers of food, clothing, furniture and household items to the less fortunate, both young and old, for the over 40 years. For more information please visit www.community-cupboard.org.
MOMS Club of the Greater Ambler Area
The local chapter of the International MOMS Club is a nonprofit support group designed for full-time and part-time stay-at-home mothers. For more information please visit www.bigtent.com/groups/amblermoms.
Senior Adult Activity Center
The Senior Adult Activities Center (SAAC) in Ambler is a great source of recreation and socialization for adults age 60 and older. SAAC offers activities that appeal to a variety of interests. Located at 45 Forest Ave., the center is open Monday through Friday. For more information please visit www.montcosaac.com.
Suburban Transit Network, Inc.
The Suburban Transit Network delivers responsive, high-quality community transportation, meeting the special transit needs of our seniors, disabled neighbors and special needs school children, as well as efficient transportation for college students, corporate campus employees and summer campers. To learn more about TransNet services, including the Senior Shared Ride program, please call 215-542-RIDE (“7433”) or visit www.suburbantransit.org .
Wissahickon Valley Public Library
The Wissahickon Valley Public Library with branches in Ambler and Blue Bell, serves the communities of Ambler, Lower Gwynedd and Whitpain. The Ambler branch, located at 209 Race St., hosts many special events throughout the year for both children and adults. For more information please visit www.wvpl.org.