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Posted on: May 13, 2020

Great Plates Delivered Meal Program Extended to January 9, 2021

Home Delivery Meal Program

The City of Campbell and other local communities are part of a countywide effort to deliver prepared meals to home-bound seniors 65+ and adults 60-64 at high risk of COVID-19. The “Great Plates Delivered” program is part of the “Emergency Feeding Program Framework” introduced by Governor Newsom on April 24. Funded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, this program seeks to expand meal access to vulnerable persons, and stimulate local restaurant recovery. FEMA's Public Assistance Program has extended funding for the Great Plates Delivered Program to January 9, 2021.

Campbell residents who would like to receive prepared meals delivered to their homes during the Stay-at-Home order must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • 65 or older or, 
  • 60-64 and COVID-19 positive / COVID-19 exposed or,  
  • 60-64 with an underlying health condition as defined by the CDC


  • Must live alone or with one other adult who is also program eligible -
  • Must NOT receive any other federal nutrition assistance programs, including CalFresh Benefits, home delivered meals;  senior center meals (aka Congregate Meals)  
  • Must not exceed $74,940 in annual income (for household of one) or $101,460 (for household of two) 
  • Must not be able to obtain or prepare meals at this time 

To enroll in the Great Plates Delivered Program, visit Sourcewise Community Resource Solutions' website or call 408-350-3230 and select option one.


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