Volunteering for Neighbor Ride
As a Driver or Ride Coordinator you have the opportunity to enhance the quality of life for Howard County seniors who choose to "age in place" by providing reliable and affordable transportation for them. The rewards of helping seniors overcome isolation and maintain connections to their community are invaluable. Flexible daytime, evening and weekend volunteer driving opportunities are available. You choose the rides that fit your work or personal schedule and are convenient to your home, office or daily routines. No set schedule is required. Parents may bring their children along on the rides for a wonderful inter-generational experience. Please read our volunteer testimonials and watch the video below.
Volunteer Drivers must:
Attend Volunteer Orientation. Orientations are held every Tuesday morning
at 9:30 am or evenings by appointment.
Be 21 years of age or older.
Be able to pass criminal background and driver record checks.
Have 3 points or fewer on their driver's license.
Be interested in seniors.
Be capable of maintaining confidentiality.
Volunteer Ride Coordinators must:
Be 18 years of age or older.
Be comfortable handling telephone reservations and record keeping.
Have basic computer tasks and experience with database programs.
Have a 3-4 hour block of time, weekly or bimonthly, to dedicate to volunteering.
Other Volunteer Opportunities:
Community outreach events.
General office help.
Ongoing and one-time marketing development efforts and events.
You are needed to make Neighbor Ride a success. Register Now or contact Patrice Cerwonka or Holly Waddell at (410) 884-RIDE (7433) or firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.