The Lubbock community works together to insure the continued success of Lubbock Meals on Wheels’ mission. Your time and talents are needed and appreciated.


Volunteer Drivers

Volunteer drivers, both regular and substitute, are needed each weekday to deliver meals. You do not need to commit to a set schedule to volunteer for LMOW. Some drivers prefer to take the same route on the same day each week, whereas others prefer to just substitute when needed. For many of our recipients, the LMOW volunteer may be the only person they see during the day.   That daily human contact is just as important as the nutritious meal they are receiving. Each route takes approximately 1 hour to deliver. Most routes deliver to 10 – 16 people. A background check and one hour orientation is required for all delivery volunteers.

If you would like to try us out first, we can pair you up with one of our volunteers for a ‘ride-along’.  Just give us a call at (806)792-7971.

Volunteer opportunities are available from 10:30 am – Noon, Monday – Friday.  Non-delivery volunteer opportunities are available throughout the day Monday through Friday.

If you would like to volunteer, give us a call at 806-792-7971, or
you may fill out our Volunteer Application Form online.

Volunteer Application Form

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are also needed for various administrative and kitchen duties, washing coolers, building and vehicle maintenance, and assisting with the Pet Program.

Groups and individuals are always needed to help with special projects, activities, and fundraising events.

Corporate Volunteer Program

Currently, over 30 local businesses participate in our Corporate Volunteer Program. These companies allow their employees to deliver meals during their lunch hour. This allows employers to be civic minded without excessive loss of staff time. For convenience, the required orientation may be held at your place of business. If you would like more information about this program, please contact our office at 806-792-7971.

Our Corporate Delivery Volunteers are AWESOME!

Our corporate and group volunteers help us make sure that we can deliver over 770 meals a day!  We currently have 32-corporate volunteers.  These are companies that commit to deliver routes on a regular basis and allow their employees the time away from work to make a difference in our community.   We also have nine group volunteers and three summertime groups.  To learn more, please call our office (806)792-7971 or visit our website lubbockmealsonwheels.org.

CORPORATE VOLUNTEERS – as of April, 2018

All Star Embroidery
AT&T Mobility
Calvert Home Health Care
Cam Fannin Insurance Agency
Carillon House
Chapman Harvey Architects
City Bank
Comfort Keepers Home Care
Cornerstone Audiology
Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney’s Office
Crown Point Health Suites
Don Lynn Landmark Realtors
First United Bank
High Point Village
Interim HealthCare of Lubbock
Jones & Associates
Loncar Associates
Lubbock Christian University
Lubbock National Bank
Moss Law Firm
Officewise Furniture & Supply
Peoples Bank
Pharr & Company
Phillips & Associates
Premier Sportsplex
Prosperity Bank
Sanford & Tatum Insurance Agency
Scarborough Specialties, Inc.
Tyler Technologies
UMC Physician Network Services
United Supermarkets

City Bank has always been a community bank and a staunch supporter of the communities we serve. It’s who we are. Lubbock Meals on Wheels serves a valuable service in our community. Really, a life-changing service. Our employees are happy to play a small role in that effort.” Norval Pollard, VP-Business Development, City Bank

 “At United Supermarkets, it’s long been said that first and foremost we’re in the people business… we just happen to sell groceries. To us, that means that beyond delivering the best possible service experience and the highest quality products to the guests that visit our stores, it is also our responsibility to actively work to make our communities the best they can be.

A company with core values like ours attract truly great people with a passion for servant leadership and it’s those very people who are out making a difference in the communities we serve. We are proud to support them in both individual and company organized community service.

Since 1916, ultimate service in our stores and in our communities has been a core value of our company and it’s something that every company leader we’ve ever had has kept a priority. It is important to us that our team members feel empowered and supported to serve and give back.” Mary Myers, Senior Communications and Community Relations Manager, United Supermarkets

Organizational Volunteer Programs

If you civic group, church, or organization would like to volunteer to deliver a route, please call 806-792-7971.

GROUPS/ORGANIZATIONS – as of April, 2018

Community Christian Church
Holy Spirit Moms’ Group
Metropolitan Rotary
Monterey Church of Christ
New Neighbors Club of Lubbock
South Plains Lions Club
St. Luke Baptist Church
Sunset Church of Christ
Zeta Omicron/Delta Kappa Gamma


Children’s Hope
National Charity League
West Texas Home Builders