Help create a healthy future for older Vermonters in your community! The Quin-Town Senior Center meals program is in need of compassionate and reliable volunteer drivers to deliver nutritious meals to home-bound older people. Both regular weekly drivers and backup drivers are needed.
This opportunity is perfect for anyone who is hoping to have a huge impact in their community. Become an RSVP volunteer today and Make a Difference in the World - Again!
Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) supports elders and family caregivers to lead healthy, meaningful and dignified lives.
Central Vermont Council on Aging (CVCOA) supports elders and family caregivers to lead healthy, meaningful and dignified lives in their homes and communities. Programs and services include: information and assistance (I&A) and options counseling, health insurance counseling, nutrition and wellness programs, transportation, family caregiver support, and volunteer services, including Senior Companion and RSVP.
We'll work with your schedule.
1097 VT-100Hancock, VT05748
August 24, 2020
Food Delivery / Distribution
Verbal / Written Communication
Driver's License Needed
Orientation or Training
2-3 hours one day per week for regular drivers or 2-3 hours at least once per month for backup drivers
Able to effectively, compassionately, and respectfully communicate with older people. Able to follow food safety guidelines as set by the program.