Who We Are
TLC Meals on Wheels enriches the lives of seniors and others by providing nutritious meals and services that promote dignity, well-being, and independence. We drive away hunger for the home bound of South Metro Denver.
Monday through Friday, volunteers deliver a hot lunch to neighbors in need. Our service supports those whose age or disability makes it difficult to provide their own balanced nutrition. It also helps them stay in the security and comfort of their own home. In short, we address both hunger for food and hunger for personal contact.
Are you looking for a part-time position that makes a difference in your community? At TLC Meals on Wheels, you could be part of the team that ensures homebound neighbors receive hot nutritious meals.
We are seeking a Delivery Coordinator. Primary duties include ensuring volunteer coverage of all routes, preparation of daily route sheets, coordination of meal packing, maintaining volunteer lists and assisting with food prep and other kitchen activities as required.
Minimum qualifications and expectations include:
- Reliable, efficient, energetic and flexible
- A “people person,” able to establish and maintain relationships
- Ability to meet deadlines and work in fast-paced environment
- Proficient computer skills including MicroSoft Office and ability to learn our client software
- Ability to stand 4 hours
- Ability to lift up to 35 pounds
- Reliable transportation
- Passing a background check
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Please send your cover letter and resume to info@TLCMealsOnWheels.org
Hours are M-F 8:00 am -12:00 pm
7 Everyday Hero
Bev Busher, a 35 year TLC Meals on Wheels Volunteer is honored as 7 Everyday Hero.
To see the video, Click Here.
Discovering our History
For years, the history of our organization proclaimed that it was founded by Virginia Baker in 1965, when she was preparing lunch for her parents and their friends in her kitchen. Now 50 years beyond 1965, we had been making plans to celebrate our happy 50th anniversary milestone with several special events throughout 2015—until recently.
In doing extensive research at the Littleton Museum, Bemis Library, and other places to learn more about Virginia Baker and the earliest years of TLC Meals on Wheels, we’ve now come to believe that she didn’t implement a regular meal delivery program until sometime after 1965.
Community Raises Funds to Feed Our Seniors
Events hosted by our community partners have raised over $14,000! This generous amount will provide over 3500 meals ~ enough to feed 14 seniors for an entire year!
The John Elway Dealership 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Raised over $8,000. Littleton Adventist Hospital and Native Rank were the Orange and Blue Sponsors. We thank all the sponsors, including Enterprise, Carfax, FirstBank and Air Force Credit Union.
The Littleton Elks Car Show
Held annually during Western Welcome Week, raised nearly $2800 for TLC Meals on Wheels through food and beverage sales and donations!
Located near Park Meadows Mall generously donated 100% of their pizza sales on their Grand Opening Day and raised $2,200.