Vulnerable seniors depend on our Neighborly volunteers! In just 2-4 hours per week you can make a difference for seniors by delivering nutritious meals, serving senior diners, providing entertainment at our adult day centers, and so much more.*
Here’s how to get started:
1. Click on the application button below, complete, and submit. You can choose your orientation and review opportunities and locations.
2. Attend an in-person volunteer orientation. We limit participation to seven in order to ensure proper social distancing. We’ll discuss Neighborly programs, volunteer opportunities, and together determine the best fit and location for your service. Some additional paperwork will be completed.
3. After orientation we conduct a background screening. Once the results are returned and are clear, volunteers are referred to the site of their choice where the Site Coordinator will follow up to schedule.
*Volunteer Opportunities: Opportunities are currently limited to Meals on Wheels drivers. Urgent needs exist in Pinellas Park, Largo, and in South St. Petersburg. Opportunities also available in our Gulfport, Dunedin, Safety Harbor, and Clearwater (off MLK) locations.
Neighborly Care Network/Meals on Wheels Pinellas County does not accept court-ordered volunteers, and our minimum age to volunteer is 18.