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Lubbock Meals on Wheels needs volunteers

Provided by Lubbock Meals on Wheels

Lubbock Meals on Wheels delivers over 600 meals every day Monday through Friday.  Several of our volunteers are taking much needed time off, attending graduations, traveling or experiencing their own health problems.  This has left several gaps in our daily need for volunteers. 

If you already volunteer or are unable to, you can still help by passing along this information to your friends, family, civic club, Sunday school class, mission group, or other organization to help us recruit new volunteers! 

  • A one-hour orientation is required
  • All of the routes are within the city limits
  • Between 8 and 12 stops
  • It only takes about one hour to deliver a route
  • You can drive as often as you choose
  • Even if you only deliver 3 or 4 times a year

(Substitutes are always needed)

Remember along with meals, volunteers deliver dignity and compassion.  Please help, contact our office at 806.792.7971.

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