Drive a senior to a vaccine appointment or other needed appointment
Interfaith Community Services
Volunteers are especially needed during this season to drive seniors and disabled individuals to essential appointments that are non-COVID related but also include to a vaccine appointment. Masks are required. Maximum social distance is achieved by having the senior sit in the back passenger seat. Volunteers take seniors to the doctors office or to a needed medical appointment, errand or the grocery store. You do not accompany the senior into the appointment. If you have a 3 hour period during the week to help, and want to be a force for providing hope, contact us.
If you are comfortable with driving someone in your own car, you can make a real difference in someone's life! We serve people all over the city, so opportunities can be provided near your home or in other areas. Mileage reimbursement is available.
ICS provides help and hope to thousands of individuals in Tucson. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. We work to keep our volunteers, staff and those we serve safe during COVID. See www.icstucson.org for general information about ICS.
The first step to learning more about volunteering is to sign up for a volunteer orientation. Sign up online by going to: www.icstucson.org/how-you-can-help/volunteer/become-a-volunteer/
Questions? Call Maria Brown at 297-6049 ext 4218 or Tori Carlson, Volunteer Resources Manager at 526-9308
About Interfaith Community Services
2820 W Ina Rd, Tucson, AZ 85741, US
Interfaith Community Services is a non-profit agency that helps seniors, disabled individuals and people in financial crisis in Pima County achieve stable and independent lives though support from over 950 volunteers, 109 faith communities and the community-at-large. We share a common belief that our diverse faiths call us to serve those in need. Our services and volunteer opportunities are open and welcoming to all regardless of faith tradition. We remain true to our founding value of helping those in need with "Love, Cooperation and Service."
Our multiple services are often the "safety net" that help our recipients remain or become stabilized, enabling them to lead independent lives. We are providing services for thousands of people in need. Over the past year, we have provided 45,714 services, over 20.034 individuals were served and provided $650,098 of financial services.