As the epidemic continues, Manna House is working to ensure that their seniors remain safe and healthy, offering contactless food delivery services on a bi-weekly basis for senior citizens in need.

COVID-19 remains a threat to the elderly population, and Manna House is set to serve those who do not feel safe going to a grocery store or running errands.

According to a news release, “Just last week, an elderly local Midlothian couple used the grocery delivery service and had a wonderful experience. They found Manna House after searching for assistance online. Since they don’t drive and their family is unable to bring them food, they turned to Manna House as a last option. They were so pleased and thankful for the assistance, saying they ’wouldn’t know what we would’ve done if it hadn’t been for Manna House.’”

Manna House is a community outreach organization based in the city of Midlothian. Additionally, Manna House is also delivering face masks.

“If you find yourself in need, and don’t have the ability to meet that need, call us. We will gather all the essentials you may need, whether it’s fresh produce, eggs, dairy, meat, bottled water, and yes, even toilet paper. We will deliver right to your door. We strive to be the link to bridge that gap that so many people are facing,” said Norma Belcher, Director of Client Relations at Manna House, encouraging community members to reach out.

At this time, the organization is accepting donations in the form of monetary contributions or through food pantry items. Visit to learn more or to donate.

According to the release, “With the buying power of Manna House through the North Texas Food Bank, you can feed a family of four for one month for just $48.”

To learn more or to schedule a grocery run and delivery, call 972-775-1800 and a team member can assist.