Volunteering as a Driver
Special Thanks to Baltimore Washington Financial Advisors for their generous support of our Volunteer Program!
BWFA partners with organizations making a difference in our community. Their support of Neighbor Ride’s Volunteer Program helps us find and train the amazing individuals who are DRIVING OUR COMMUNITY!
Founded in 1986, BWFA is among the largest and oldest independent, Fee-Only investment planning firms and financial advisories in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area serving Howard County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County and areas nationwide. Click HERE to learn more.
Volunteering for Neighbor Ride
Our volunteers are essential to the success of Neighbor Ride. As a driver, our volunteers help Howard County seniors overcome isolation and maintain connections to their community by providing trusted and reliable transportation for the older adults we serve, or delivering food or medical equipment to those in need. Volunteer with Neighbor Ride and make a difference in your community.
Why You Will Love Volunteering with Neighbor Ride:
- Flexibility: You simply use your personal vehicle to provide rides that fit your schedule and are convenient to your home/office. Opportunities to drive are available daytimes and evenings, 365 days a year.
- Easy scheduling: You can choose your rides by using our online portal or calling into the office. You can also opt-in to daily emails of all upcoming rides or receive individual requests for the days/times you designate.
- Chance to Impact Lives: As a volunteer, you will meet new people, share conversations, and significantly contribute to local seniors’ ability to stay healthy, active, and independent.
How Do I Sign Up?
Join us for a 45-minute orientation, offered at your convenience. Register now. Call 410-884-7433, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or click JOIN OUR TEAM.
Other Volunteer Opportunities
Give us a call at 410-884-7433 to learn about other ways you can help.
“Your volunteers are wonderful, capable, friendly and interesting. I’m often reluctant to see the trip end.”