Melissa Ewald, executive director of Meals on Wheels of Hancock County; program coordinator Jennifer Presser; and board treasurer Andrew Jackson unpack boxes at the organization's new offices. The move will give the group more visibility and increased operational space. (Jim Mayfield/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — Meals on Wheels of Hancock County is in the business of being on the move, and business picked up this month with a move to new offices and an effort to expand deliveries to eastern Hancock County.
The nonprofit agency, which delivers hot meals prepared at Hancock Regional Hospital to more than 130 clients throughout the county from New Palestine to McCordsville, is entering its second week at its new offices at 1133 W. Main St. in Greenfield.
The space at the agency’s new home is significantly larger than the 196-square-foot office the organization formerly occupied at the city’s Patricia Elmore Center, where executive director Melissa Ewald and program coordinator Jennifer Presser shared a single office.
Though its old address put the group in a prime spot to cater to area seniors last year, the new location, with two offices, a workroom and reception area, will provide more operational efficiency.