SafeRide America is a 501(c)3 nonprofit public service agency headquartered in Atlanta. The mission of SafeRide America is to proactively prevent all types of impaired driving and to provide assistance to children that have lost one or both parents i... Read more
SafeRide America is a 501(c)3 nonprofit public service agency headquartered in Atlanta. The mission of SafeRide America is to proactively prevent all types of impaired driving and to provide assistance to children that have lost one or both parents in an impaired driving accident and to children that have been injured by an impaired driver.
SafeRide America serves public safety by providing proactive transportation solutions to help eliminate the two most common excuses given by impaired drivers: money and having their car with them. To accomplish this goal we created SafeRide, a year round program dedicated to driving impaired individuals AND their cars for them. We prevent impaired driving tragedies before they happen. Volunteer opportunities include driving and non-driving projects.
After getting a DUI, losing my job, going to jail and control of my life and had clarity on how dumb I was. I hurt myself. I hurt my family. And I could have hurt some one else. Be humble and safe Don't drink and drive. Safe Ride America is the right way to get home
Loved volunteering for this nonprofit organization! The environment was fun and relaxed yet professional at all times. I met some interesting people and had a lot of fun learning more about this organization! Overall, I would totally suggest completing service hours here because it is a great way to meet new people and learn about a great organization that provides a great service to people in need of a designated driver!
I've volunteered with them a few times, it's more pricey than Uber but you have your car in the morning. On busy nights call ahead so you aren't waiting around but they always come as promised. The drivers waste no time getting you there and are always nice. Great service!
I was one of those immpaired drivers, back in the 80's when I was a single, dating, women. Now that I am more mature & married. I feel as though many like myself, didn't know how to get home without driving my own vehicle. I like what you stand for and would like to help in daytime hrs.