Volunteer Delivery Driver
NOTE: To apply for this volunteer opportunity, please complete an application ONLINE (https://clevelandcountymha.org/compeer-volunteer-application).
Compeer is seeking volunteers who can deliver packages as a part of our Community Supported Friendship (CSF) Project. To learn more about the Community Supported Friendship Project, please visit clevelandcountymha.org/community-supported-friendship-project
Deliveries will be made throughout Cleveland County, so drivers should be prepared to travel. If a particular region of the county is preferred (for example - Shelby, Kings Mountain, Boiling Springs, or Upper Cleveland County) we are happy to accommodate you!
Drivers should be 18 years or older. To apply:
1) Complete this application online (https://clevelandcountymha.org/compeer-volunteer-application) OR
Print and mail this completed paper volunteer application to PO Box 623 Shelby, NC 28151 or fax to 704-448-2016
2) Meet the Compeer coordinator for an interview.
3) Pass a criminal background & reference check.
4) Complete a two-hour orientation/training.
Delivery drivers are required to be 18+, get a background check and reference check, and participate in a 2-hour long training, as is standard with other One-to-One Friendship and Phone Friends volunteers.
Drivers are expected to follow appropriate CDC/Cleveland County Health Department guidelines. This includes wearing an approved mask, maintaining at least 6 feet of distance from others, not entering anyone’s personal residence, and washing your hands or using hand sanitizer when acting as a Compeer volunteer.
Since drivers are making deliveries to individual residents, they are required to adhere to MHA’s strict confidentiality guidelines.
About Cleveland County Mental Health Association
201 W. Marion Street, Suite 306, PO Box 623, Shelby, NC 28150, US
The Mental Health Association's mission is to create and promote education, advocacy and support for individuals and families affected by mental illness. We work tirelessly to eliminate the "stigma" of mental illness and create an informed community of citizens who will defend and support the rights of those persons impacted by mental illness.
ü We are continually fostering and expanding our professional and personal relationships in the community through our programs, volunteers, board members, consumers and families, including collaborative efforts with other agencies and community organizations to meet our objectives.
Multiple locations Shelby, NC 28150
October 6, 2021
- Mental Health
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 1-3 hours/month (CSF Drivers)