Support those who support our community
In addition to serving craft brewed beers, we are committed to serving the MOT community. Our guests and team are focused on volunteer opportunities that contribute to the improvement of our town and help to maintain the small community feel that is core to Middletown's history. Our name reflects our commitment to community involvement and giving back.
Throughout the year, we help to organize Volunteer Days of Service supporting local organizations and non-profits. If you are interested in joining our Volunteers, please fill out the form below and we'll keep you up-to-date of our events and activities. If you are interested in reaching out to a local organization checkout the list below.
Warriors Helping Warriors (the Brian Conley Veterans' Resiliency Center) 104 South Broad Street, Middletown, DE www.whwonline.org Warriors Helping Warriors was formed in 2014 on the premise of supporting fellow veterans and their families in navigating through the VA and Military systems and reintegrate into society after active duty. In its endeavor to capture the resiliency of our military men and women, we are opening The Brian Conley Veterans' Resiliency Center where veterans can adapt to their new mission. The center will serve veterans and their families with programs such as: family reunification, yoga, job placement, financial planning, resume writing, interview training, peer mentoring, healthy cooking, etc. The center will house up to 16 homeless veterans who will receive case management to help them again become successful members of society. Volunteer needs include lawn maintenance, landscaping, painting, carpentry. For more information, call (302) 731-5930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Everett Theatre & The Gibby Center for the Arts 51 West Main Street, Middletown, DE 19709 www.everetttheatre.com/volunteer The Everett Inc, is a Non-Profit 5013c3 organization that is operated by a board of directors. The Everett and Gibby Center of Arts are always looking for volunteers to help theatre and art center events. Examples of some volunteer needs include: Set Builders or Painters, Costumers, Ticket Booth, Concessions, Stage Crew, Ushers, Clean Up, and Volunteer Committees. For more information, call (302) 232-6338 or visit the website for more details.
Habitat for Humanity Restore of Middletown 600 North Broad Street, Middletown, DE www.habitatncc.org/volunteer The ReStore is a non-profit home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used appliances, furniture, home accessories, and building materials to the public at a fraction of the retail price. The ReStore provides its customers with affordable materials for home improvement and repair work and generates funds for Habitat for Humanity's mission of building decent and affordable homes for our communities. The ReStore can host 4-6 volunteers per shift, ages 16+. Volunteers may assist customers, organize donations, display merchandise, etc. For more information, contact Maritza Martinez, Volunteer Coordinator, at (302) 652-0365 x 110 or email@example.com.
Volunteer Hose Company of Middletown (VFC 27) 27 West Green Street, Middletown, DE www.vhc27.com/page/recruitment Founded in 1887 and providing essential emergency services to the greater Middletown community with approximately 150 dedicated men and women of all ages and backgrounds who generously volunteer their time and talents to help those in need. Interested individuals can submit an application in person or online.
Our Daily Bread Dining Room 214 North Broad Street, Middletown, DE www.ourdailybreadmot.com/get_involved Founded in 2008, the Mission of Our Daily Bread is to deed low income families, individuals, children, the elderly and all those in need in the Middletown, Odessa & Townsend communities with nutritious meals in a safe environment. Currently, ODB serves lunch 3 days/week and dinner 2 days/week with more added as volunteers are available. Volunteers age 18+ are needed to help prepare meals in the kitchen or youth ages 12-17 can volunteer as greeters. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (302) 285-9540.
Neighborhood House, Inc. 219 West Green Street, Middletown, DE www.neighborhoodhse.org/get-involved/ Neighborhood House, Inc. is a multi-purpose non-profit community center with locations in Middletown and Wilmington. Founded in 1927, the mission is to provide programs that educate, enlighten and empower people to improve their lives. Examples of volunteer needs include but are not limited to: assistance with food closets, administrative office support including typing, answering phones, copying, help with special events (mailings, set up, etc), Experts to teach resume writing, job search, email usage, and basic computer skills in Excel and Microsoft Word. For more information, call (302) 378-7217
Middletown Historical Society 216 North Broad Street, Middletown, DE www.middletowndehistory.com Since its founding in 1985, the Middletown Historical Society has hosted house tours as well as lectures on the history of Middletown. In 1993, the Society also began hosting the annual Olde-Tyme Peach festival, Middletown's biggest event of the year. The Society's mission is to collect, preserve, educate, and encourage the development of Middletown’s history in order to foster historic awareness and pride in our community. They maintain a research room and museum including a “Please Touch” room with reproductions of old-fashioned toys and books. Volunteers are an essential and valued part of the Middletown Historical Society team. Working alongside staff, volunteers help to achieve the mission of the society. They need enthusiastic and friendly people to help with a variety of projects. Schedules are flexible. To learn more about volunteer opportunities, contact email@example.com.
MOT Jean Birch Senior Center 300 South Scott Street, Middletown, DE www.motseniorcenter.com Founded in 1967, the MOT Senior Center is a non-profit, non-residential community center located in the heart of Middletown, DE. Adults age 50 and over can join for only $15 a year and participate in programs, trips & social activities tailored to adults and seniors. Those striving to maintain an independent lifestyle can make new friends, share in a meal, play a game, exercise, take a class or learn a new skill. Volunteers are needed for Meals on Wheels deliveries (up to two times per month, mid-day) as well as to help with special events. Some volunteer activities can be completed from home e.g. baking items for the Center. For more info, contact Guy White at (302) 378-4758.
MOT Rotary Club PO Box 201, Middletown, DE www.motrotary.org Chartered in 1928, the MOT Rotary Club is a local chapter of Rotary International, which encourages "service above self", among other things. This local service organization meets every Wednesday at 12:30 pm in Middletown and new members are always welcome, as are volunteers for their many community service projects.
Historic Odessa Foundation 210 Main Street, Odessa, DE www.historicodessa.org