Volunteers are the heart and soul of Meals at Home. They deliver meals, make visits, and offer help in many other ways. Many volunteers deliver meals one day a month. You do not need to drive in order to volunteer. Those who drive must be 21 and have a valid driver’s license and insurance. Volunteers may work individually or in pairs. Volunteers who work in pairs typically have one person who drives and one who delivers.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Meals at Home Volunteers can also assist in other areas, such as:
- Computer skills and data entry
- Office support
- Public Relations
Special guest speaker Susan Cherco will share exciting news regarding the Age Friendly Evanston initiative. Ms. Cherco is the chairperson of this exciting task force that is part of an international effort to help prepare for a global demographic trend: the rapid aging of populations.