What You'll Do:There are openings even when the calendar says Filled! Please read our profile page for more information about the need for volunteers needed to deliver lunch meals to seniors in Wake County.
Appropriate for group service projects
Appropriate for court-ordered service
Must be 16 years or older, or 4 years or older with parental supervision
Students may deliver meals with the help of a parent or other adult chaperone.
Details:ETA: Meals on Wheels serves more than 1,500 meals each weekday all throughout Wake County.
Volunteers are needed each weekday from 10:30am until noon to deliver hot, nutritious lunch meals to disabled and low-income senior citizens.
So, if there is any day that you would like to volunteer, please feel free to contact Volunteer Coordinator Brenda Johnson (919-833-1749 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) and let her know you would like to help out -- she will love to hear from you!
The calendar below calendar only schedules one route in downtown Raleigh, but the need exists throughout the county.
Volunteers needed to deliver hot, nutritious lunches to senior residents of Sir Walter Apts. (downtown Raleigh) one day per month from 10:30 am until noon.
Our volunteer calendar is now online! To see a list of open dates, visit https://www.google.com/calendar/render?tab=cc#g%7Cmonth-3+22844+22881+22871
Volunteers will pick up the meals at the Meals on Wheels office near the NCSU campus(1001 Blair Dr., Raleigh 27603). Volunteers will drive to Sir Walter Apts. in downtown Raleigh and deliver the meals. After the meals have been delivered, then carrier containers will be returned to the Meals on Wheels office.
Volunteers should be able to physically lift 20 lbs. and must provide their own transportation.
This job can be done by one person or a pair, so that is just a matter of your personal preference. It looks like a one person slot on the calendar, but please feel free to bring a friend!