Volunteer Application MOW Wake County

 

Home Delivered Meals Volunteer Update:

We truly appreciate the support the community has provided thus far! The most convenient and impactful way to help our program is by becoming a Meal Delivery Volunteer. Volunteering only requires about 1-2 hours of your day to help feed an older or disabled neighbor in your community. Meals on Wheels of Wake County Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization, helping us serve over 1400+ seniors in Wake County through our life-sustaining programs. Volunteering provides a golden opportunity to directly help individuals in your community. 

Beginning November 1, 2021 ALL Wake County hot meal pick-up sites will be open for hot meal delivery Monday through Friday* (*Blair Drive is currently closed to volunteers on Wednesdays).  Volunteers are urgently needed for all sites! We ask that volunteers who do not plan on returning to their site after delivery bring their own insulated bags (2 of medium size) to store meals during delivery.

Your privacy and security is important to us and as such, all personal information will remain confidential within Meals on Wheels of Wake County.


Interested in packing meals at our Blair Dr. location instead of being a delivery driver? Please reach out to sallie@wakemow.org

For those interested in volunteering at our Friendship Cafe, please reach out to lesley@wakemow.org

 


 

 
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Liability and Confidentiality

STATEMENT OF LIABILITY - 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.

CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT - 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 disucssing meal recipients and the nature of their health conditions. Under no cirumstances 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.

Click 'Code of Conduct' below. Then please read the code of conduct, and affirm you have done so, and will comply with that code, by checking the checkbox below it.