Last year 159 Woburn seniors received Meals on Wheels (MOW), thereby enabling them to stay in their own homes. Woburn URGENTLY needs MOW volunteer drivers!
Do you have an hour to spare each week or as little as two hours per month? Homebound seniors need your help. Meals recipients are so grateful for your time! Just this brief interaction with drivers improves their health and well-being. MOW driving feeds your heart and soul, is a flexible driving commitment, helps a local senior age in place, and connects you to your community - the community you are helping to stay strong!
Meals are provided by Minuteman Senior Services, a non-profit organization that helps seniors and people with disabilities live in the setting of their choice by engaging community resources and supporting caregivers. According to Minuteman Senior Services Executive Director Joan Butler, Our Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver hundreds of hot meals each week, a significant nutritional benefit for homebound seniors. Drivers not only bring food every day but are also our eyes and ears in the home, trained to report observations or emergencies that might indicate a medical problem or the need for more home care services.