Serving Our Community Since 1971

16th Annual Bountiful Bowl--November 11, 7 -10 pm, DeSales University. This is our signature fundraiser with great food, entertainment, silent and live auction, and presentation of Bob Wood Legacy Award.  
Invitations will be available early fall.
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The official registration and financial information about Meals on Wheels of Lehigh County may be obtained from the PA Dept. of State by calling toll-free in the state of PA 1-800-732-0999. Registration does not imply endorsement. 

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Every day that I deliver, I am sincerely thanked and hugged. Every day someone says: “If it wasn’t for you, I couldn’t stay in my home.” Some days I see someone who won’t see or talk to another human being until the Meals on Wheels volunteer comes. Why do I deliver meals? I know that I can make a difference.
Drivers and Visitors

Delivery volunteers are the heart and soul of Meals on Wheels and touch lives with food and friendship.

Deliver a meal to homebound seniors and adults with disabilities in Lehigh County and brighten their days. Your smile may be the only one they see all day! Annually, our volunteers deliver almost 168,000 meals, drive a total of 157,000 miles and donate over 39,000 hours.
Regularly Scheduled Volunteers
We need volunteers weekdays, from approximately 11:00 am - 1:00 pm You may volunteer once a week, once a month, or whenever your schedule permits. Delivery teams, consisting of a driver and visitor, deliver meals to between 8 and 16 people on each route. Our main pickup location is at Trinity Baptist Church, at 680 South. Hillview Rd., Allentown (near Dorney Park). We also have a pickup site in Slatington at the American Legion, 510 Main St.
We provide orientation and training at convenient times as well as allow you to ride along with an experienced team to see how it’s done. Drivers must have a valid driver’s license and automobile insurance. You will also use your own car and gas to deliver meals.

This is an ideal volunteer opportunity for people who are unable to volunteer on a regular basis. Substitute drivers and visitors are needed to fill in on routes that are open due to volunteer cancellations. There’s no need to commit to a specific day; your name will be added to our substitute call list, and you will be contacted on an as-needed basis to see if you are available to substitute.

Snow Squad
These volunteers are called upon when weather conditions turn wintry and substitutes are needed.

Other Volunteer Opportunities
Grocery Shoppers
We need volunteers to grocery shop for homebound seniors or adults with disabilities.  Generally, our clients need a volunteer to shop for them once or twice a month. The hours are flexible based upon your and our client's needs.  This is very rewarding because our clients look forward to seeing you as much as they look forward to getting their groceries. Contact Lindsay Fly, Grocery Shopping Coordinator at 610-841-7132 or for more information.
Office Support

Volunteers are needed on call to help with mailings and other projects on an as-needed basis at the Meals on Wheels office.

Volunteer Receptionists

These volunteers are needed to answer the phone, direct calls, and provide information about our service for a few hours, one day a week, during office hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Special Events

We need volunteers to help with various events throughout the year including fundraising events, community information sessions and health fairs. Times vary but may include evening and weekend hours.

For more information or to volunteer, contact Dawn Stillwagen, Coordinator of Volunteer Services, at 610-398-2563 or You may also print the volunteer application and mail it to our office address: Meals on Wheels of Lehigh County, 4234 Dorney Park Rd., Allentown, PA 18104 or fax it to us at: 610-398-7088.
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