COVID-19 Volunteer Update: We truly appreciate the support the community has provided thus far! At this time, we will only be accepting applications for volunteers to support our Frozen Meal Delivery service. This entails delivering a box of seven frozen meals to 6-8 Meals on Wheels participants once a week.
As we have seen a record number of volunteer applications come in the last few weeks, please know that we are working to process it as quickly as possible and do not have the capacity to respond to everyone at this time.
If you are not able to support this specific need, but would like to support our seniors during this unprecendented crisis, please consider donating to our COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund.
As a Meals on Wheels volunteer, you’ll belong to a team committed to helping homebound older adults maintain their health and independence with nutritious food, personal contact, and caring service.
Volunteering for Meals on Wheels of Wake County provides a golden opportunity to directly help individuals in your community. Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization, helping us serve over 1400+ seniors in Wake County through our life-sustaining programs.
The most convenient and impactful way to help our program is by becoming a Frozen Meal Delivery Volunteer. This volunteer opportunity is available on Tuesday morning for the foreseeable future and only requires about 1-2 hours of your day to help feed an older or disabled neighbor in your community.
Each Frozen Meal Delivery Volunteer must be physically able to lift a box of 7 frozen meals, and provide their own transportation.
Your privacy and security is important to us and as such, all personal information will remain confidential within Meals on Wheels of Wake County.