Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Meals on Wheels program. Without the generous assistance of helpers throughout Martin County, we could not bring hot, home-delivered meals on an affordable basis to hundreds of needy seniors every day.
Volunteering with Meals on Wheels takes just two hours each week – and you can even share a route with someone. Consider involving a family member or friend. Schools, groups and businesses can also give back to their community by adopting a meal route.
If you can't commit to a fixed schedule, consider becoming an “on call” volunteer to fill in for regulars who are temporarily unavailable, or for seasonal residents who are gone for the summer.
Meals on Wheels volunteers must have a valid driver's license and an insured vehicle. Training takes just 30 to 45 minutes, and can be scheduled at your convenience.
Volunteers are also needed at our Senior Dining Centers, to help serve hot daily lunches Monday through Friday.
If you are interested in volunteering for Meals on Wheels or would like more information, contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Carrie Franklin at 772-223-7829.


Openings Now Available in Our Adult Day Club!

Openings are now available in our Adult Day Club.  To learn more or schedule a personal tour, call 772-223-7843 today!

Kane House Calls - Bringing Quality Medical Care Home to You!

If it's difficult for you to get to the doctor, the Day Medical Center will send a team member to you. Our House Calls program is now available for those who qualify.  
Call 772-223-7864 to learn more!