Substitute Volunteers Needed

Leave a Legacy of Kindness and Compassion

Bob has been helping his elderly homebound neighbors through Meals on Wheels Central Texas nearly 15 years … and now his legacy of service will live on even longer.

Several years ago, Bob had a bit of an awakening. He was applying for a community leadership position and was asked to list places where he had done community service and organizations he supported. As he sat, pen in hand, he realized he hadn’t been doing much for those around him and he decided it was time to change.

That’s when he became a Meals on Wheels Central Texas volunteer, and although Bob began volunteering as a way to give back, his experience gave him much more in return. In fact, Bob has gained so much from his volunteering, that he has chosen to name Meals on Wheels Central Texas as a beneficiary in his will to make helping our elderly neighbors part of his personal legacy. As he says, making a planned gift to Meals on Wheels Central Texas “allows my service to the community to carry on and impact the daily lives of many in need even after I’m gone.”

“Over the years, you get to know some of the people you deliver meals to – like the lady who sang a hymn every time we came, and the elderly woman who was always so cheerful. They give you as much as you give them.”

For more info about setting up your legacy, please contact Nicole Sarkar at nsarkar@mealsonwheelscentraltexas.org or 512-628-8193.