Grocery Delivery Services Seeks Volunteers, Recipients

The Kalispell Home Bound Grocery Delivery Service delivers groceries once a week to people within the Kalispell city limits

Elderly and disabled people who cannot get to the grocery store on their own can benefit from a volunteer program that provides grocery deliveries to homes in our local community.

The Kalispell Home Bound Grocery Delivery Service delivers groceries once a week to people within the Kalispell city limits. The service is available to low-income private individuals who are unable to drive and shop for themselves, primarily the elderly and people who are either temporarily or permanently disabled.

Volunteers to help with the program are always welcome. Registered United Way volunteers will deliver groceries free of charge to eligible individuals.

Groceries must be paid for by check or debit card number at the time of delivery. Orders can be called in on Thursdays between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Orders will be filled on Friday mornings at Rosauer’s grocery store and will be delivered on Friday afternoons.

For more information on the program or to volunteer, call 752-7266.