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Volunteers needed to deliver Serv-A-Tray Meals to the homebound out of the Glassboro Nutrition Senior Site

(Glassboro, NJ) – Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger and Freeholder Jim Jefferson put out the call for volunteers today to assist in packaging meals and delivering meals for the County’s Serv-A-Tray program out of the Glassboro Senior Center.
Freeholder Director Damminger said that volunteers are needed in the Glassboro from 9 a.m. to 12 Noon to deliver meals in the area of Glassboro and Pitman. 
Director Damminger said, “Giving a few hours a week of your time can really help improve the lives of so many.  Our Serv-A-Tray program provides nutritious meals to homebound seniors and residents.  This is a volunteering opportunity to help in the kitchen to prepare and package the meals that mean so much to those who receive them.”
The Gloucester County Division of Senior Services operates the Gloucester County Serv-A-Tray program that provides hot, nutritious noon-time meals to eligible county residents delivered Monday through Friday and provides frozen meals for the weekends and holidays.  Over 1,725 meals are prepared and delivered each week.
Freeholder Jim Jefferson, liaison to the Division of Senior Services said, “Anyone who can spare and hour or two a day should consider becoming a Serv-A-Tray volunteer; any time that someone can give will be appreciated by the community.  The county could not operate this program without our volunteers.” 
The Glassboro Senior Nutrition site is located at Glassboro Senior Center, in Glassboro at 152 South Delsea Drive in Glassboro.  Volunteers are needed Monday through Friday. 
To learn more about how to become a Serv-A-Tray volunteer please call the Gloucester County Division of Senior Services at 686-8325.