Help a senior get to programming by becoming a van driver!
Join the "fleet" of volunteer van drivers who would transport seniors to and from the Mary Ann Young Center for meals and programs.
Mary Ann Center is in need of substitute or permanent van drivers to be heroes to seniors who would otherwise not able to participate in programming or meals. Programming allows people the opportunity to share and make valuable connections with others. Volunteers are able to be on the sub list or become a regular driver on a specific day, or able to share a day with another volunteer. Volunteers are provided with training and a free lunch the day you drive. Routes generally begin at 9am and afternoon routes end between 3:00-4:00 pm.
We look forward to hearing from eager drivers at 763-786-9375 to learn more details.
About ANOKA COUNTY RSVP
Government Center, 3300 4th Ave. N., Anoka, MN 55303, US
Anoka County RSVP program focuses on connecting adults age 55 or better with meaningful volunteer opportunities. RSVP volunteers enhance partnership organization's ability to accomplish program goals while being part of a national service movement.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN YOUR COMMUNITY!
The Anoka County RSVP connects people age 55 and over who want to volunteer with non-profit and social service programs in Anoka County who need volunteers. Volunteers enroll by completing a skills and interests checklist and these are matched to community needs. From the matches, the volunteer selects a volunteer job that is meaningful and fits. Become one of nearly a half million RSVP volunteers across the country who are making a difference in their community.
We'll work with your schedule.
9150 Central Ave. NeBlaine, MN 55434
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Orientation or Training
- One day or half day per month.
- Defensive driving and D.O.T. Health Card which are paid for after receipt submitted.