Why do people volunteer?
Volunteering is a matter of choice
Volunteering is of benefit to the Volunteer and the Community
Volunteering provides an opportunity to participate in Community activities
Volunteering works towards addressing environmental and social needs
Volunteering respects the rights, dignity and culture of others
Volunteering promotes human rights and equality
Volunteering provides a mechanism for individuals to gain work skills and experience
Volunteering promotes self-esteem and confidence building

What does it involve?
The typical work of our volunteers is the delivery of meals to clients using a volunteers own car, or acting as a partner to someone else. 
We also have opportunities with shopping, promotions, cleaning or helping in the office with administration. 

How much time will it take?
Depending on the type of volunteering you are doing, anything from a couple of hours a month to a couple of hours one or more days a week - the choice is yours.

What training will I receive?

New volunteers receive an induction from the staff and are paired with an experienced volunteer who is happy to share their experience and advice

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer with Campbelltown Meals on Wheels-
Please call the office on 02 4645 4523 or fill out our Online Volunteer Form .