Meals on Wheel Delivery Driver
Osceola County Council on Aging
As a Meals on Wheels delivery volunteer, you have the opportunity to deliver dinner and a smile to a senior in their home. You are quite often the only person they see that day.
You will be given a route that is close to your home or business. The routes take less than 2 hours to complete from start to finish. We only ask for one day per week and we provide all necessary on-the-route training.
Many volunteers also provide back-up for their designated route on another day to cover another volunteer who may be unable to deliver due to illness or vacation.
Meals are delivered Monday through Friday mornings starting at 9:00-9:30 We also deliver on Easter Sunday Mother's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. If you cannot deliver on the holidays, WE UNDERSTAND! Many people in the community can only volunteer on those days and they jump at the chance to serve on the holidays!
Volunteers do use their own vehicles for deliveries and must be licensed and insured, but the Meals on Wheels program provides coolers and warmer boxes. A volunteer may opt to provide their own coolers, but it is not a requirement.
If you live in St. Cloud, Harmony, Celebration, Poinciana, Solivita or some portions of Kissimmee, the food is delivered to a location in that area to insure the proper temperature and safety of the food. You do not have to drive all the way to the Council On Aging-we bring it to you.
Lastly, this opportunity is great for families, business groups, civic groups/clubs. Children can accompany parents and businesses and civic groups can adopt a route and share the fun with a large group of employees.
Thank you for reading this far...we can REALLY use your help so please send us an email or
call Nora at 407-846-8532.
About Osceola County Council on Aging
700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, FL 34744, US
The Osceola County Council on Aging is a charitable organization dedicated to providing services to enable independence and self-sufficiency for seniors, disabled adults. the disadvantaged and families in poverty.
The Council on Aging strives to achieve our mission statement by providing service such as Meals on Wheels, Community Action services such as LiHeap and EHeap, a free medical clinic for the uninsured, a food pantry, Senior Dining clubs, Silver Sneakers exercise classes, and an Adult Daycare.