The American Red Cross in Northeast Wisconsin is in need of volunteer drivers for its Transportation Services program. The program offers rides to individuals 60 or older or who have a disability and need transportation for a variety of reasons — from medical appointments to grocery store trips.
Currently, there are 80 volunteers who drive a fleet of 24 vehicles throughout the Green Bay metro, Pulaski areas and starting October 22, Denmark area.
Rides are available Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It costs $3 per person, per one-way ride.
Click here for more information. Red Cross leaders say the program is in need of more volunteer drivers.
It’s one way you can be “Making A Difference.” Click here to learn more about how to volunteer. FOX 11’s Angela Kelly learned more about the program for Wednesday’s Good Day Wisconsin.
Click on the video links to watch interviews with Red Cross leaders, current volunteer drivers and program clients.