Aging True's Dropsite Program
Dropsite Volunteer Document Library
These are the documents a dropsite volunteer will need in order to begin volunteering with our program. Each volunteer will need to complete the required forms, and the Dropsite Coordinator should send the original signatures back to Aging True. Once we have the forms, we’ll background screen the volunteer, keep the documents on file and process them through our volunteer software. Once they clear, we’ll notify the coordinator and they are ready to begin volunteering!
Aging True Volunteer Handbook
This is the Aging True Volunteer Handbook – Each volunteer should be given this document to review when they begin to volunteer. It contains information about Aging True, policies and practices, and also the required volunteer forms they will need to complete and return before they begin to volunteer with our program.
Required Volunteer Forms (No Handbook)
This condensed, easier to print document contains only the signature forms a Dropsite Volunteer has to fill out, minus the handbook. Once sent to Aging True, we’ll keep these forms on file. Each volunteer will have to complete these forms on an annual basis.
Dropsite Spotlight: Arlington Presbyterian Church
Arlington Presbyterian has been an active meal delivery drop site for over 20 years. Under the direction of volunteer coordinator, Tom Hackney, their volunteer team delivers over 200 meals a week. In 2021, one of Arlington Presbyterian’s volunteers, Seth “Tom” Miller, was selected as the Florida Association of Aging Senior Providers (FASP) Senior Volunteer of the Year.
The dedication of the Arlington Presbyterian volunteers thoroughly fulfills the church’s mission of “Loving and serving God while loving and serving our neighbors.”
Recent Volunteer Articles
This year one of our Meals on Wheels Volunteers, Seth “Tom” Miller, was recognized by the Florida Association of Aging Service Providers as the Senior Volunteer of the Year!
Gifts to Aging True enable us to transform seniors lives in Northeast Florida. Donations of any size can have a direct and immediate positive impact on at-risk seniors. One-time donations are a great way to show support and make an immediate difference in the community.
Become a sustainer of Aging True by setting up automatic, recurring donations through our donation portal. Choose to donate monthly, quarterly, or annually at a dollar amount that is convenient to you. We will process your recurring donation on the date you have specified or the next business day and send you a receipt.
Aging True Community Senior Services, the DBA of the Cathedral Foundation of Jacksonville, Inc. and Urban Jacksonville, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and your gift will qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.