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Volunteer Driver

  • VO54789


Volunteer drivers provide transport and help using their own vehicle to our members so that they can attend appointments or opportunities to socialise. This transport scheme is vital for many people who cannot readily access tranpsort. You will be joining a pool of volunteer drivers who are all kind and considerate and like meeting new friends. A mileage allowance of 45p a mile will be paid to you.

Organisation aims and objectives

Provide a flexible transport system for disadvantaged members of the rural community











Must hole a full driving licence and own a road worthy vehicle. Must live within the same catchment area as Speyside high school.
Experience required: Full driving licence. This opportunity also requires good time keeping, patience and caring consideration from the volunteer who must agree to a CRBS disclosure check being made on tier behalf
Travel details: The opportunity is flexible on an as and when basis if you are available when we call.
Minimum age: 18


Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: Mileage allowance of 30p per mile from the client made up monthly with an additional 15p per mile from the scheme
Taster available: Yes
Taster details: Anyone volunteering could go on a run with an established volunteer if required
Training details: If for any reason a volunteer does not wish to undertake a journey they are always at liberty to refuse

Last updated 2 months ago