What is a Volunteer Driver Program?
Volunteer Driver Programs, through the service of their dedicated and screened volunteers, assist non-driving adults maintain their independence by transporting them to medical appointments, grocery shopping and other errands free of charge. Programs such as these are an essential part of any robust state transportation plan and the Mid-State Region is fortunate to have a number of quality organizations in our area that are dedicated to helping folks get where they need to go.
|Volunteer Driver Program Community Action Program Belknap Merrimack Counties, Inc.
Phone: (603) 224-8043
Service: Transportation for seniors 60+ and those with disabilities to medical appointments, grocery shopping and other errands
Serving all areas in the Mid-State Region
|Caregivers of Southern Carroll County
Phone: (603) 569-6780
Area: Alton, Ossipee, Wolfeboro, Tuftonboro
Service: Transportation for medical appointments & other services
|COA Chapin Senior Center Transportation at the COA New London, NH 03257
Phone: (603) 526-6368
Area: Andover, Danbury, Grantham, Newbury, New London, Springfield, Sunapee, Sutton and Wilmot
Service: Residents 55+ to medical appointments and other errands
|American Cancer Society Road to Recovery Program
Phone: 1 (800) 227-2345
Service: Rides to and from cancer treatment
|Friends Program, Inc. RSVP Caregivers Program
Phone: (603) 228-7615
Area: Greater Concord Area
Service: Transportation to medical appointments and other errands for seniors ó0+ or persons with disabilities
|Future in Sight Volunteer Services
Phone: (603) 224-4039
Service: Connect clients with visitors and drivers who offer vital support to assist those with vision loss.
|Henniker Dial-A-Ride White Birch Center
Phone: (603) 428-3077
Service: Transportation to medical appointments for seniors in Henniker
|Interlakes Community Caregivers, Inc.
Phone: (603) 253-9275
Area: Center Harbor, Meredith, Moultonborough, and Sandwich
Service: No-fee rides for medical appointments (both long distance and local), personal appointments, groceries and errands for residents of all ages.
|John O. Cate Memorial Van
Phone: (603) 783-9502
Area: Loudon Residents of all ages
Service: Free transport for Loudon residents to appointments in the Concord area
|Greater Hillsborough Senior Services
Phone: (603) 478-3432
Service: Transportation to Market Basket in Warner every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month
Hopkinton, NH 03229
Phone: (603) 746-4357
Area: Contoocook and Hopkinton
Service: Grocery shopping, hospital, medical, dental and other appointments for seniors 60+ or disabled residents
Become a Volunteer Driver!
Do you like to drive? Do you have an extra hour or two a week or month and a desire to help folks in your community? Consider becoming a volunteer driver. It is easy-to-do and very rewarding.
Some of these programs are able to offer umbrella insurance and mileage reimbursement. This meaningful volunteer opportunity provides a valuable service to our seniors and the community.
Not able to volunteer but would like to help? Consider making a donation. These programs graciously welcome donations to help them continue to serve your neighbors. To find out more, call the specific program or for help finding a program, contact the Regional Mobility Manager, contact information listed here.