1.  Adopt-a-route.  The Meal on Wheels Adopt-a-route program is an easy, yet effective way for companies, organizations, and churches to involve themselves in our local community. With as few as 4-5 people, a group can adopt a route and deliver meals one day a week. Or, 5 people could adopt 5 routes and deliver once a month.  Many participating groups feel the program improves camaraderie, by giving members the chance to work together on a project that serves the community. Please contact Jeanie Glynn, 256-382-0920, or, for additional information.

2.  Delivery Volunteer.  Join us as a driver and meet many wonderful homebound seniors we serve in the Huntsville community. Volunteers pick up meals at the Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center, Monday-Friday, between 10:45 and 11:10 a.m. They usually complete delivery by 12:00 noon. You may deliver as often as you like, however, we ask for a minimum commitment of once a month. We currently have 22 routes throughout Huntsville. It takes over 500 volunteers a month to provide this service. If you would like to learn more (Volunteer Delivery Job Description) or to volunteer, submit a Volunteer Form, call Jeanie Glynn at 256-382-0920, or email at