Group Volunteering

Would your business or organization like to partner with us to help our senior neighbors in need?

There are many ways that you can help us fulfill our mission to provide a meal and companionship for homebound seniors. 
Here are some ways that you and your colleagues can help Meals on Wheels of Wake County as a group:
  • Employees can volunteer to deliver meals.   Delivering meals typically takes about 60 to 90 minutes. At this time we need volunteers for all Wake County meal pick-up locations.
  • Can't commit to a regular delivery schedule? Then perhaps a one time "team building" event is right for you.  Pick one day and we can reserve several routes for you, depending on the location you select. A staff member will help you plan the experience.
  • Donations can directly provide meals for seniors neighbors.  Here's an idea of how your donation can help: $140 provides meals for one person for one month; $840 provides meals for six months; $1,700 provides meals for one year for one person.
  • Compile breakfast bags for our clients.  This can be done right in your office!  Each bag contains a juicebox, a fruit cocktail cup, a package of instant oatmeal, and a nutrigrain bar. Bring the completed bags to our office and we will deliver them. Let us know ahead of time if you plan bring more than 100 breakfast bags so that we can accommodate storage and delivery accordingly. 

For information on volunteering please contact Sharon Lawson at

For information on donating please contact Mary Kate Keith at

If you would like to visit our office and kitchen facility at 1001 Blair Drive in Raleigh, please call 919-833-1749.

Meals on Wheels of Wake County is grateful to the following companies/groups for partnering with us as volunteers:

ACI Support Specialist
Bank of America
Capital Ford
Concord Hospitality/Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Creative Living
Duke Energy
Environmental Defense
First Citizens Bank
Gateway Clubhouse
Genworth Financial
Governor Moore School for Blind
Learning Services
MOW Young Professionals
National Council of Negro Women
NC Division of Aging
Neuro Restorative
Public Consulting
Raleigh United Professional Firefighters
Relias Learning
SafeLite Auto Glass
Steven L. Lyons Funeral Home
Tammy Lynn Center
The Arc of the Triangle
Titan Tower Company
Turning Point
Universal Mental Healthcare
Wake County Dept. of Adult Protection Services
Wake County Dept. of Human Services
Wake County Dept. of Revenue
Wake County Dept. of Social Services
Wounded Warriors

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Employee Coordinator Information
This person will be the point of contact for Meals on Wheels of Wake County, and will be responsible for organizing employees from the business for volunteering.
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Meals on Wheels of Wake County is not responsible for personal injuries or property damage suffered or caused by volunteer in connection with his or her volunteer activities. As a condition to serving as a volunteer, each volunteer is expected to maintain his or her own insurance covering these and other risks.

Type your name below, as it appears at the beginning of this form, to agree to the above statement on behalf of volunteers of your organization.
It is understood that as a volunteer of Meals on Wheels of Wake County, you will protect the privacy of all those we serve by maintaining strict confidentiality when discussing meal recipients and the nature of their health conditions. Under no circumstances should a volunteer from Meals on Wheels of Wake County divulge recipient information to anyone outside the organization.
Type your name below, as it appears at the beginning of this form, to agree to the above statement on behalf of employees of your organization.