BUILDING VOLUNTEER NETWORKS
Tri-County Transit operates a Long Distance Non-Emergency Medical Program that transports passengers who have no other way to get to their medical appointments. Volunteer drivers are an important component of our operations, helping us increase access to healthcare. We currently transport passengers to many medical facilities in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine.
Through our volunteer program, LDM, Tri-County Transit is continuously seeking volunteer drivers to help passengers reach their medical appointments. Volunteering is an excellent way to give back to your community while setting your own hours. For every trip completed, volunteers will be reimbursed .53 cents per mile.
If you’re interested in pursuing the rewarding task of volunteering with TCT, please print, complete and mail the form below or apply online. Our Service Coordinator will contact you soon to discuss the possibility of joining our LDM team. You could be taking trips in as little as two weeks!
Volunteering to drive is truly an act of altruism; our volunteer drivers are dedicated to giving back to their community. In many cases, volunteers are seniors themselves who enjoy driving and are seeking a way to remain active in their community while helping others.
Through our LDM Program, volunteers achieve personal growth and a feeling of accomplishment while enjoying:
Volunteer drivers must meet the following requirements to participate:
Apply online or print, complete and mail to:
ATTN Jeanene McDonald
31 Pleasant St.
Berlin NH 03570
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