Volunteers Keep Our Wheels Turning
A little time goes a long way. Please help bring food and friendship to our senior neighbors.
Volunteers are often the only contact our seniors have all day. A warm smile and caring attitude go a long way to brightening a senior’s day. In addition to delivering a hot, nutritious meal, you can be our eyes and ears to alert us of any safety concerns that can affect their well-being.
Deliver meals to homebound seniors at lunchtime, Mondays through Fridays. You can deliver as little or as often as you’re available. A typical route takes approximately an hour to deliver. Pick up your meals at your assigned meal distribution site and then head out for door-to-door deliveries. Volunteer alone or with family or friends. Children are welcome with adult supervision.
Substitutes perform the same activities as regularly scheduled drivers. As a substitute driver, you will most likely have a different route each time you fill in for other drivers.
OFFICE / INTAKE VOLUNTEER
Help our team with a variety of administrative tasks that benefit our seniors.
Requirements for Drivers and Substitute Drivers
Valid driver’s license
Proof of automobile insurance
Your own personal vehicle
Complete a volunteer registration form
Pass a background check
Attend a volunteer training
Volunteer Locations & Pick-up Sites
Tri-County Meals on Wheels Main Office, 200 N. Church St., Palestine, TX 75801
Frankston Site, 101 Burks St., Frankston, TX 75763
Cherokee County – Jacksonville Senior Center, 300 S. Bolton St., Jacksonville, TX 75766
Rusk County – Henderson Community Center, 302 Fair Park Avenue, Henderson, TX 75652
For more information about how to become a Meals on Wheels Volunteer contact Camille at (903) 729-0612 or use the button below to send us an email.