Meals on Wheels’ Volunteers devote an estimated 16,000 hours annually packing food and delivering 63,000 to 550 home-bound people living in Southern Larimer County. Meals on Wheels has over 300 volunteers who help in our mission of serving those in need.

Complete a Volunteer Application

Meals on Wheels provides volunteer opportunities in three different areas of need to home-bound clients.  We offer services to a diverse community and strive to show that diversity in our staff and volunteers.

  1. Meal Delivery Drivers/Substitutes
    Over 250 volunteer drivers devote time and resources to delivering meals to our clients. In 2014, our volunteers drove over 76,000 miles to deliver meals and provide wellness checks for one of our community’s most vulnerable populations. Our drivers have been known to do much more than deliver a meal and check on the welfare of those they serve; they often get the mail, take out the trash, do repairs, go to the store, scoop snow, rake leaves, deliver frozen meals, go to birthday parties and more. It is clear through all their extra efforts that our volunteers are here to serve because they love to help others.

The extra care and attention our volunteers give to our clients has saved the lives of many over the years. We are currently recruiting for regular and substitute drivers.

Complete a Volunteer Application

2.  Kitchen Volunteers

Each day, our kitchen volunteers arrive at 8:00 am and help our kitchen staff package meals for the day and help prep food for upcoming meals. In addition, kitchen staff can also volunteer to wash dishes and help clean up after the meals go out. All kitchen volunteer are trained in proper sanitation procedures and food handling methods.

  1. Community Outreach
    Community Outreach events are scheduled to raise awareness and raise needed funds in our community. Opportunities in this area include:

    • Volunteer/Community Fair Participation
    • Participating in presentations to local civic groups
    • Making Donor Thank You Calls
    • Supporting Special Events

Volunteer should have the following:

    • An interest in and a commitment to Senior Hunger/Health Issues
    • A basic understanding of the Loveland/Berthoud Communities
    • Excellent listening and communication skills
    • The ability to stay non-judgmental and supportive
    • The ability to work professionally with a variety of people
    • The desire to make a one-year commitment

For more information call 970-667-0311, or email us at volunteer@lovelandmealsonwheels.org or Complete a Volunteer Application.

In addition to these volunteer opportunities, Meals  on Wheels is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. For more information about board or committee positions, email info@lovelandmealsonwheels.org 

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