Moms and Sons Deliver Compassion
The Tuesday before Thanksgiving, while most of his friends were enjoying a day off from school, 14-year-old Nathan Beasley and his mom, Agnes, delivered our hot, nutritious meals to some of the people we serve. The Beasleys are just one of several mother-son duos volunteering for Meals and Wheels and More through the Young Men’s Service League (YMSL), a national non-profit organization that encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community. “I want my son to have an appreciation that not everyone gets to live like we do. For me personally, it gives me extra time to spend with Nathan and we can give back to the community together,” she says. Read more
- Meals on Wheels »Volunteers deliver meals to homebound clients
- PALS »Volunteers transport clients’ pets for vet visits or deliver pet food monthly.
- Mike's Place »Volunteers help clients with Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of dementia
Sharing a route saves time!
How to start a Meal Delivery Team
Volunteer orientation for Meal Delivery Program is every Thursday 12:15p.m. at our central kitchen 3227 E. 5th St. 78702.
And More Programs volunteer orientation is scheduled individually through the program coordinator.