Volunteer Continuing Education
Ensuring our volunteers are as well trained as they are well intentioned.
Thank you for volunteering to deliver Mobile Meals of Toledo.
Each time you deliver meals, you make a meaningful difference in people's lives. You’re bringing more than proper nutrition to our clients’ doorsteps; you’re also checking on their safety and wellbeing—and you’re providing daily social interactions to many who have limited contact with other people.
Government and insurance regulations require Mobile Meals to provide all volunteers—from the newest to the most experienced—with continuing education on important topics related to meal delivery service. For your convenience, we’ve compiled the required training information into this single online location.
On this page, you’ll find Meal Delivery Information, a Winter Storm Safety Checklist, Cellphone and Driving Safety tips, instructions and contact information for handling emergencies, and precautions against bed bugs. There is also an online form for you to complete and submit after viewing all the training materials.
Mobile Meals truly appreciates everything you do for our clients—including your cooperation in meeting our training requirements. Thank you, again.
Please click on the boxes listed below to complete your training. When finished, please click on the button at the bottom of this page to acknowledge that you have completed your continuing education requirements for the current year.
Meal Delivery Information
Instructions for picking up and delivering Mobile Meals, checking on clients, and reporting completion of your route.
Winter Storm Safety Checklist
Important precautions to take when delivering Mobile Meals during winter storms and treacherous driving conditions.
Information on assessing and responding to situations that pose immediate threats to someone’s health, security, or property.
For Mobile Meals volunteers, a list of telephone numbers for various Lucas Country emergency services.