300 volunteers needed to help deliver 'Holidays On Wheels' on November 17
Delivering Thanksgiving meals to transportation-disadvantaged or homebound families
By: Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger, Inc.
Hunger is a reality for hundreds of thousands of individuals in Tampa Bay, more than half are children. TBNEH is calling on all community members to be part of the solution to help solve hunger this holiday season by volunteering to deliver over 1,000 Thanksgiving meals to families that are homebound or do not have access to transportation. At least 300 volunteers are still needed to help deliver 'Holidays On Wheels' on Tuesday, November 17. You can sign up to deliver HOW now by visiting www.networktoendhunger.org/
"I am so thankful this program is available to people like me. I lost my job because of COVID and we have been struggling,"
HOW deliveries will take place starting at 10:00AM on Tuesday, November 17 (delivery of a complete Thanksgiving meal, including turkey and stuffing). Volunteers will pick up route sheets and special delivery items from assigned pick-up sites closest to their home/work address throughout the tri-county area and will utilize their own vehicles to deliver. Once the volunteer car is loaded, routes will take about 60 minutes to complete.
HOW aims to serve all households with children that are transportation-
Interested in helping to deliver Thanksgiving meals to families in need? Visit www.networktoendhunger.org/
The Network is currently accepting donations at www.networktoendhunger.org/holidays to help support the Holidays On Wheels program.