Please be sure that we are the necessary precautions to care the safety of our volunteers, staff, and guests. You can view our safety protocols here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C4BbNiP5URhhzmWuuJ2CZo-Xy0ekwK7nKXLXwR3OxTs/edit?usp=sharing
The Health Trust Meals on Wheels program delivers hot meals to homebound seniors and adults throughout Santa Clara County. Meals on Wheels is in need of volunteers to help deliver meals to our clients, as well as provide companionship. For many of our clients, the Meals on Wheels volunteer is the only person they may see all day, or even all week, especially during these times. Meals on Wheels volunteers enable many older adults to remind independent, and bring peace of mind to family and friends.
Meals on Wheels Volunteer Driver - Deliver hot/frozen meals to our Meals on Wheels clients throughout Santa Clara County. Requirements: 18+, be able to carry 10-12 lbs, and go up/down stairs. Online application, onboarding forms, valid driver’s license, auto insurance, reliable car, interview, orientation, and ride-behind. Volunteers are responsible for the background check fee, which can be refunded upon completion of minimum commitment requirements. Commitment: Once a week on Tuesdays for a minimum of 6 months, from 10:00am-1:00pm. Participate in ongoing training as needed.
If interested, please complete our online application: https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?ap=56199082&
Any questions? Contact our Community Partnerships Supervisor, Mayra Catalán at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408)961-9862.
3180 Newberry Dr., Suite 200, San Jose, CA 95118, US
Our Mission: To build health equity in the Silicon Valley.
A healthier Silicon Valley for everyone.
We at The Health Trust believe that if Silicon Valley is a community where innovation is changing the world, then it also can be a community where innovation changes the lives of everyone - especially our most vulnerable residents - for the better.
As we strive to make our vision reality, we reflect the values of Silicon Valley. When we tackle a problem, we take the broad view. We rely on expertise, partnerships and best practices to generate solutions that will have the greatest impact on those we serve. We invest in projects that are sustainable, show measurable results and provide the greatest return on investment for the community.
With a strong emphasis on prevention, we focus our work through three initiatives: Healthy Living, Healthy Aging and Healthy Communities. Through direct services, we are helping one person at a time. And through policy advocacy and grantmaking, we are changing the local environment to promote healthy eating, healthy aging and healthy living.
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We'll work with your schedule.
1040 Garland Ave.San Jose, CA95126
October 9, 2020
Food Delivery / Distribution
Verbal / Written Communication
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Commitment: Once a week on Tuesdays for a minimum of 6 months, from 10:00am-1:00pm. Participate in ongoing training as needed.