HOW TO VOLUNTEER FOR MEALS ON WHEELS

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 jglynn@seniorview.com, 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 11:00 a.m.  Deliveries could take up to 1-1/2 hours. 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 see Volunteer Delivery Job Description or call Jeanie Glynn at 256-382-0920, or email at jglynn@seniorview.com.


3.  Volunteer Substitute.  If you are willing to be a substitute driver – let us know; you can specify the days/routes when you will be available.  We will usually call no later than the day before we need you.  We understand you will not be available every time we call.  We appreciate the times you can fill in for someone else!