The city's Meals on Wheels is celebrating the hard work of two women that have contributed a total of 50 years.
Julie Logan and Sharon Froon have been at the forefront of the organisation since 1995, ensuring the community's elderly residents are properly fed and kept in their homes as long as possible.
Mrs Logan said she wanted to work in an ethical organisation that gave back to the community.
She is now the manager and said it has been challenging at times during some major changes over the years.
"It's changed quite a bit as when we first started we were cooking the meals, but when new legislation came in it meant we had to stop cooking the meals and now we buy meals in," she said.
The move to frozen meals was implemented in 2009 and has been successful, but Mrs Froon, the finance officer, said this was a decision that did not come lightly.
"The organisation has always tried to do the same thing, which is to help older people stay in their homes," she said.
"What has been the biggest change in that 25 years is how we've had to do that, with regulations and new legislation.
"We've gone from everything being handwritten, including the finances, to everything now being computerised."
The next biggest change for the organisation was the renovation in 2012, where the kitchen that was utilised for cooking the meals, was turned into a resting area.
This space is not only used for the volunteers and staff but also people who might be in transit and need a safe waiting area.
Over 150 senior residents in Wagga receive their meals each day and the two women said the health of residents receiving their meals has improved.
Mrs Froon said it has been an "interesting" journey over her 25 years and she has learnt a lot about herself.
"I don't have any plans to retire yet, we'll just keep on going and keep the organisation running the best way it can," she said.
"It's a really good organisation and there are many volunteers who are just as dedicated."