Volunteer Application

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger! Our volunteers help us to deliver Meals On Wheels St. Petersburg and Meals On Wheels for Kids. These program rely on volunteers to deliver nutritious meals to seniors and kids 18 years and younger. Volunteers are needed to help pack and deliver meals all throughout the week. Volunteers pack meals at a local meal pick-up site typically the day before delivery. On the day of delivery, volunteers pick up meals and a route sheet with directions at their assigned meal pick-up site in St. Petersburg and deliver to to homes within a 10-15 mile radius. In addition to dropping off meals, volunteers will provide a safety check and social connection with their recipients.

Please complete the form below. All volunteers will undergo a background check and must show proof of automobile insurance.

Meal Packing Days and Times (15 volunteers needed each day): T 10:00am-1:00pm; SAT 9:00am-1:00pm

MOWSP Delivery Days and Times (7 volunteers needed each week): M 10:00am-2:00pm

MOW4Kids Delivery Days and Times (30 volunteers needed each day): M/W 10:00am-2:00pm

Personal Information


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I have had a level 2 background check in the last year, due to my job or other volunteer opportunities. (ie. teacher, aid, bus driver, etc).
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Contact Information


Volunteer Information


Deliver meals to kids/families (ride on school bus).Deliver meals to seniors (drive own vehicle).Pack produce and shelf stable foods.Help on the morning of delivery load buses with boxes of food.


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Emergency Contact Information


Driver and Automobile Information


Abuse and Neglect Agreement

I understand that, when delivering Meals On Wheels for Kids, a Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger (TBNEH) program, if I suspect and/or witness evidence of child abuse/neglect or have reasonable suspicion that a child is being abused or neglected, I must submit a formal report to TBNEH and agencies, including both Child Protective Services and law enforcement. If I am not comfortable reporting this to an outside agency, I will notify TBNEH immediately. TBNEH does not conduct its own investigation, but depending on the circumstances, it may be appropriate to ask a few clarifying questions of the youth or the person making the allegation to adequately report the suspicion or allegation to the authorities. (required)
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Disclosure Agreement