Meals on Wheels Needs Volunteers

For the first time in many years

the greatest need for Meals

on Wheels is not money, it’s

volunteers.  Meals on Wheels

Coordinator, Milon Christman, said

money is available to provide meals to

older adults, but they don’t have the volunteers to deliver them.


“We are good right now financially, but we are in desperate need of about 50 volunteers who have an hour or more each week, or even once a month, to deliver meals.

We are delivering 300 meals a day and around 8000 meals a month. Hunger should not be an issue in this wonderful community we live in. Volunteering is a very small commitment to make a big difference in someone’s life in Hall County,” Christman said.


Volunteer opportunities include helping with the meal prep in the kitchen or actually delivering meals. More than 200 people currently volunteer for Meals on Wheels.


Find out more about volunteering for Meals on Wheels by calling 770-503-3338.