"Providing essential human services as a safety net, targeting older adults, people with a disability, and low-income families, in order to support independence, dignity, and self-sufficiency."
Johnson County Aging and Human Services needs and welcomes volunteers for programs, such as:
Food Pantries: Help Human Services staff meet the needs of low-income residents in one of three Multi-Service Centers, located in Gardner, Lenexa, and Mission. Volunteers can provide a hand in stocking the food pantry and also provide assistance with office administrative tasks.
Home Delivered Meals (Meals on Wheels): Deliver a nutritious, hot, noon-day meal with a smile to homebound senior adults. You can choose from eight nutrition center locations to find one close to home, work, or school. Deliveries are made from approximately 10:45 am - noon. Volunteers deliver once a week as regular drivers, or when they are able as substitute drivers.
Catch-a-Ride : Through the Catch-A-Ride program, volunteers transport residents in their own vehicles to essential appointments in Johnson County. Volunteers set their own schedules.
Office Administration: Provide behind the scenes support at any Aging and Human Services office. Duties may include data entry, answering telephones, filing, preparing mailings, and other necessary office tasks.
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
11811 S. SunsetSuite 1300Olathe, KS66061
May 18, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 25
Orientation or Training
Once a week
Volunteer Orientation, Auto Insurance, Motor Vehicle Check, Driver's License, Background Check