Help your Neighbors! Become a Jackson County Volunteer Driver
Western Dairyland RSVP
"Share your time by providing transportation to and from medical appointments!" Consider the wonderful impact you can make as a volunteer driver in the life of someone in need. Drivers are needed to provide safe and reliable transportation for Jackson County seniors and/or disabled clients who have no other means of getting to medical appointments. Mileage and expenses such as meals or parking are reimbursed. Jackson County communities such as Black River Falls, Taylor, Melrose, Alma Center, etc. all have clients who currently need volunteer drivers.
Call the Western Dairyland RSVP office for more information on this volunteer opportunity! Western Dairyland's RSVP Volunteer Program connects adults age 55 and over with meaningful volunteer service in communities throughout Buffalo, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin and Trempealeau counties. The opportunity posted above is just one of hundreds of opportunities!
If you would like to learn more about RSVP, please call 1-800-782-1063 ext. 1205.
About Western Dairyland RSVP
23122 Whitehall Road, P.O. Box 125, Independence, WI 54747, US
To enrich the lives of volunteers age 55 and older through meaningful service opportunities that match their life skills, experience, and interests to community needs.
Western Dairyland RSVP invites adults age 55 and older to "Lead With Experience" in their community! RSVP providees free, individualized support to volunteers in Buffalo, Eau Claire, Jackson, and Trempealeau counties, partnering with more than 60 community organizations where RSVP volunteers can potentially serve. We have a wide variety of opportunties throughout our service area and want to work with you to find the right match!
RSVP volunteers are part of the nation-wide service network SeniorCorps, sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service.