Over 400 volunteers are needed each weekday to deliver 4,000 meals in the Twin Cities metro area! The need for volunteers is growing every day, as more people turn to Meals on Wheels to help them remain independent and in their own homes.
Volunteering with Meals on Wheels is simple, flexible, and very rewarding. To learn more about what to expect when you volunteer for Meals on Wheels, visit our FAQs page.
Many companies in the Twin Cities have a long-standing tradition of volunteering to deliver Meals on Wheels as a team. Our Delivery Team Guide will tell you what you need to know to start a Workplace Delivery Team at your company. Create your Workplace Delivery Team today.
Meals on Wheels is a great volunteer experience for kids. Our Family-Friendly volunteer opportunities will provide you with helpful ways to engage your kids in volunteering for Meals on Wheels.
There are a number of other opportunities to volunteer for Meals on Wheels, in addition to the traditional meal delivery.
Meals on Wheels was mentioned as one of the local programs feeling the effects of the federal budget sequestration in a recent story in the Star Tribune.