KVCAP provides transportation services to low income, elderly and disadvantaged people throughout Kennebec and Somerset counties. They provide rides to medical services, work programs, programs for people with special needs, children’s services and a variety of other services that provide valuable assistance to people.
While they have a number of buses and vans that help to meet the demand for these services, they also rely heavily on the services of volunteer drivers to provide transportation to people in rural areas and to provide off-hour services such as evenings and weekends. Volunteer drivers provided over 110,000 trips and three million miles of dedicated service to their passengers last year.
The demand for transportation services continues to grow at a steady pace and they are looking for compassionate, civic-minded people to help volunteer to provide transportation to some of our more vulnerable citizens. KVCAP provides training and a mileage reimbursement for volunteer drivers. Volunteers must have a safe, reliable vehicle and pass state background checks to protect their passengers.
If you are interested in learning more about or becoming a KVCAP volunteer driver, please contact Steve at 859-1631 or email@example.com. KVCAP is dedicated to helping people in need and together we can make a difference!
For more information about the services, please visit www.kvcap.org.
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