We have new details on a story we brought you a few weeks ago about the Meals on Wheels program.
WDBJ 7 reported that for the first time in more than 30 years, Meals on Wheels has a wait list.
The Local Office on Aging said it's a result of sequestration.
WDBJ 7 found out on Thursday the program received a $10,000 donation.
According to Meals on Wheels, a private citizen saw our news report and wanted to help out so those senior citizens in need could have a hot meal.
Meals on Wheels said it has received large donations over the years from estates when people die, but said this one is unusual.
The woman asked to remain anonymous.
A spokeswoman for the program said it received $100,000 and $50,000 from other citizens in the past.
"We get a lot of donations from individuals but not in that amount," said LOA spokeswoman Michele Daly.
If you’d like to donate or volunteer your time to deliver food, call LOA at 345-0454.