Join the network of hundreds of Rockland County residents who are making a difference in the
lives of older adults across Rockland County. By donating your lunch break, you can deliver meals to older
adults who are homebound, provide assistance in a Senior Activity Center or assist in the Adult Day Care of Rockland
located at the Bobbi Lewis Center. Not available at lunch? Donate your time by preparing and packing the meals
early in the morning or help with administrative, outreach and fundraising efforts. All Meals on Wheels programs
rely on the support of invaluable volunteers.
Volunteering is Easy
Be a V.I.P. You are invited to a volunteer information presentation. All sessions are held at Meals on
Wheels 121 West Nyack Rd. Nanuet, NY.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Michelle Gebbia 845-624-6325
- Thursday, December 12 2019 at 10:00 am
Volunteer Opportunities at Meals on Wheels
Volunteer Opportunities Information
What Drives Our Volunteers?
Share Your Story
Does Meals on Wheels mean the world to you or a loved one? Did your volunteer experience brighten your day?
Tell us your Meals on Wheels story and we'll share it with others who care just as much as you do!
Testimonial from Jackie/Driver, Valley Cottage Route:
"I had a friend who did something similar (to this) in the city and I thought it was a nice idea
and I had a little extra time. I find it rewarding. I drive once a week to 8 homes, it takes about an hour to
an hour and a half a week...it's serving a need and (I enjoy) seeing the people, they seem to really appreciate it."
Phone: (845) 624-6325
Fax: (845) 624-6335
Click on the button below to see printout a volunteer application
Weekly Open Routes
Click on the button below to see which routes are open:
Weekly Open Routes
Loss Of A Treasured Volunteer
Our hearts are heavy at the loss of one of our treasured volunteers. Stephen Brady delivered MOW Route 9
faithfully in the Nyack/Nanuet area for 5 years. Delivering food and doing safety/health checks in the aging
population was the perfect fit for the type of man he was. Stephen was always willing to step in and help out
in any area if there was a need to fill. He loved catching up with our retired FDNY volunteers and having a
laugh when he came to pick up his coolers. His smile and happy go lucky attitude about life were infectious.
He was a true man of service, always taking care of our clients and making us proud to have such a caring person
on the job. Stephen will be truly missed by our staff and the clients we serve. We believe he will be
smiling down on us and the work we do knowing that we will continue to care for his community. Rest in
Peace Stephen and thank you for your years of service.
Volunteer Tara Conklin
When Tara Conklin was looking to volunteer she immediately thought of Meals on Wheels, as her grandmother
is a recipient in California. Tara has volunteered for us for two years both in the commissary and as a homebound
meal route driver. Tara loves that she can bring her children (ages 3, 6 and 8) with her to deliver meals so that
they learn how important it is to volunteer and because she knows the seniors love it! Tara also leads a Girl
Scout Daisy troop and worked with her scouts to create Valentine's Day cards for the homebound meal participants on her route.
Tara Conklin and daughter, Mary, age three