What’s better than making new friends? Learning about Greenville and giving back to our city at the same time.
When David and Kim Reitz retired in Greenville, they searched for ways to mix up their daily routine. We know what that’s like. After seeing a call for volunteers, it didn’t take long for the couple to find community at Meals on Wheels of Greenville — a local nonprofit delivering nourishment to homebound neighbors in need.
“Volunteering was the perfect way for us to meet new friends,” Kim said. “You won’t believe how much fun you’ll have and how good it will make you feel. It’s one of the best things we’ve done since moving.”
Whether you’re new to Greenville or grew up here, Meals on Wheels can positively impact you while you impact others.
Psst... the nonprofit needs ~785 volunteers a week to support daily operations, so don’t wait to register for orientation.