FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Now that summer volunteers have gone back to school and work, Meals on Wheels Tarrant County has a shortage of meal-delivery volunteers.

On Monday, the organization put out a request for at least 10 volunteers to deliver noontime meals in the East Fort Worth area, including Meadowbrook, Stop Six, Woodhaven and Eastchase Pkwy.

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The nonprofit said it takes just one hour, one day per week to deliver meals to approximately 8-10 homebound, elderly and disabled people.

(credit: Meals on Wheels of Tarrant Co.)

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“We need volunteers all over Tarrant County throughout the week, but volunteers are urgently needed in East Fort Worth,” the news release stated.

For more information on becoming a volunteer, click here or call Nedra Cutler at 817-258-6426.

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