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Join our Volunteer team today!

Hundreds of volunteers give their time each month to deliver a lunchtime meal, assist teaching classes or contribute in countless other ways to help Senior Services, Inc. fulfill its mission to those age 55 and better in our community. You can join that dedicated group and help as often and in any way that you can.

Interested? Fill out the form below or give us a call!

Frequently Asked Questions

Meals on Wheels Volunteers

  • What do Meals on Wheels volunteers do?

    Volunteers deliver hot, noon meals weekdays to homebound people age 60 years and better. Routes of 8-12 deliveries exist in all parts of the city. Volunteers use their own vehicles, pick up their meals in an agency-provided thermal carrier and then deliver them. Volunteers do much more than just deliver meals: they provide security and a moment of companionship for many homebound people who otherwise might not see another human being all day.

  • Who are Meals on Wheels volunteers?

    Drivers come from all walks of life: they are retirees, high school students, business people, stay-at-home parents, and couples, members of church groups, civic groups and corporations. They all share a common desire to contribute to the community and to help make people’s lives easier.

  • How much time does it take?

    It takes around one hour to deliver a route. You can deliver daily, weekly, monthly or ask to be a substitute driver to be called on when needed.

  • What qualifications must I have?

    You must meet the following qualifications:

    • Have a valid Kansas driver’s license.
    • Sign a criminal background affidavit.
    • Sign a memorandum of understanding regarding agency policies.
    • Use a personal vehicle.
  • How do I apply?

    Call the Meals on Wheels Volunteer Coordinator at 267-0122 or fill out a form.

Senior Center Volunteers

  • What do Senior Center volunteers do?

    Volunteers can teach classes, work in the office, assist in organizing events and parties or help in any number of other ways.

  • How do I apply?

    Stop in at a senior center or call the center director.

    • Downtown Senior Center | 267-0197 – Angie Burnham
    • Linwood Senior Center | 263-3703 – Cherise Langenberg
    • Northeast Senior Center | 269-4444 – Carnesha Tucker
    • Orchard Park Senior Center | 942-2293 – Kelli Nuss

Roving Pantry Volunteers

  • What do Roving Pantry volunteers do?

    Volunteers with Pantry are people who love to get a jump start on their day! The early bird volunteers meet the Roving Pantry staff at Dillons at Hillside and Douglas at 5:00am. Volunteers’ shops for groceries in the store, many choose to assist in the deliveries as well. The morning ends typically between 9:30am – 10:30am. For those who like to sleep in volunteers are always needed to help take orders over the phone at the administration offices located at 200 South Walnut.

  • How do I apply?

    Call Roving Pantry Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 1:00pm at 267-4378.

Senior Employment Volunteers

  • What do Senior Employment volunteers do?

    Volunteers in the employment program office assist with office support such as filing, answering phone calls and assisting jobseekers. Volunteers are also active in planning the annual spring and fall job fairs.

  • How do I apply?

    Call Senior Employment at 267-1771.