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Volunteer

Last year, more than 1,800 Marylander's donated their time to Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland provides a thorough orientation and training program at convenient times that includes a ‘ride along’ with an experienced team prior to starting volunteer service. Please click here to register!

These valued volunteers donated more than 66,000 hours of their time and drove over 464,000 miles to bring nutrition and personal contact to homebound seniors in Central Maryland. Their driving totals 18 times around the Earth!

Many of our clients tell us the best part of our meal delivery service is our friendly, caring volunteers.

Matt from PSA

PSA Financial, a North Baltimore County business that encourages volunteering and community participation, volunteers out of our Cockeysville distribution site as often as possible. Scheduled for the 1st Thursday and 1st Friday of the month, PSA employees also help to fill in when there are any openings in the delivery calendar.

Matt Werden (above photo, left, delivering to client, Bill,) is the team leader for the PSA volunteer group. He has empowered his colleagues to get involved and make a difference in the community.

“It’s so much fun and easy to do, and it’s a great way to give back
to the community,” said one PSA volunteer. “We’re grateful that
PSA lets us use our lunch hour to do something great.

But what really makes the meals so special for clients like Bill
are the volunteers who bring not just a meal, but a friendly
chat, a hug and a smile. Please click here to register!

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland offers a variety of opportunities for those who want to get involved, make a difference and help seniors and other homebound individuals stay independent.

Join our friendly team of volunteers.
Contact Us Today!

Do you knit or crochet?

Meals on Wheels is collecting scarves for our clients!


We could use your help to make a difference in a homebound person's life by donating a hand-made knit or crocheted scarf. Meals on Wheels is collecting scarves to distribute to our homebound clients during the winter months. By December, we would like to have over 1,000 scarves - help us reach our goal!

Scarves should be at least 6" x 60". Please feel free to use any pattern or stitch that you like! Finished scarves can be dropped off at any of our site locations or at our main office!

For more information, please call 443-573-0926 or email falk@mowcm.org to find out more.