Providing Much More Than a Meal

Join an incredible team of volunteers making a positive impact in our community, all while passing on the values of kindness, compassion and civic responsibility. Volunteers change lives and….

  • are often the only contact our clients have all day.
  • provide a warm smile and a caring attitude.
  • are a safety check to help ensure our customer’s well-being.
  • serve as the eyes and ears of Meals on Wheels, often alerting the organization to clients that may have additional needs.
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Volunteer Information

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Volunteer to deliver a meal when you’re able, whether that’s scheduling a regular day of the week/month, to as little as one hour or as many hours as you’d like.
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Drivers deliver meals five days a week, Monday through Friday. For clients requesting seven days of meals, an extra meal is delivered on both Thursday and Friday.
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Delivering meals involves driving to the program site, picking up the meals and delivering them to the residences. For each client, drivers deliver a hot meal, drink and dessert.
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Bonita Spring MOW meals are picked up at the First Presbyterian Church on Bonita Beach Road in Bonita Springs.
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The amount of time a driver socializes with the client is dependent on both the volunteer and client. Most often clients greet the drivers at their doorstep and engage in a few minutes of conversation.

Volunteer Requirements

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Proof of insurance
  • Use of personal vehicle
  • Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult
  • Must pass background check
  • Complete volunteer training orientation

Community Cooperative’s Meals on Wheels Program Covers all of SWFL

Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver to homebound loved ones, friends, neighbors and those in need throughout SWFL and south routes cover neighborhoods in Bonita Springs, North Naples and Estero.