Become A Volunteer Driver

“I’m grateful to be a part of The Davies Project. It feeds my soul to be helpful and understand the great need for these children’s futures.”
-Volunteer Driver Mary Anne

COVID-19 Update

During the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteer drivers are needed to give rides to essential appointments for children in fragile health and for pregnant women to pre-natal appointments. Please consider volunteering if you are:

  • At least 21 years old
  • Have no immunity, heart or lung problems
  • Do not care for or live with someone who does

› COVID-19 Statement of Understanding for Volunteer Drivers

Families also sign a similar statement of understanding.

Join our Team of Volunteer Drivers

› Volunteer Driver Flyer

Are you interested in making a difference in your community? Do you have a special place in your heart for children? The Davies Project seeks passionate and devoted individuals to drive a child and family members to subspecialty medical appointments in the tri-county area.

Volunteer drivers are unpaid and use their own vehicles to drive families to medical appointments. It’s like a neighbor driving a neighbor.

The Davies Project seeks volunteers who:

  • Can interact compassionately with all Davies Project families
  • Are reliably available at scheduled times and punctual
  • Can drive in all weather conditions
  • Understand and strictly observe the confidentiality of their riders’ personal, health, and medical care provider information and locations
  • Respect different cultures


  • Valid driver’s license
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Safe driving record
  • State required liability insurance
  • Working mobile phone
  • Mandatory background check
  • Completion of required training on procedures, including diversity training and proper installation of child car seats


  • One year commitment, renewable upon evaluation
  • Minimum three (3) hours time commitment per appointment. Occasionally, doctors and clinics may run late or behind schedule.

To start the process, please complete the driver application form on the right and submit. We will then contact you to schedule an interview, after which a mandatory background check and verification of car insurance will be conducted. After completing a volunteer driver training program, you’re ready to roll. 

Driver Training Dates

Training sessions are usually 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM but contact Beth at for current offerings. 

For now, trainings are done online through Zoom. Information about how to connect will be sent to participants.



Beth Young, Volunteer Coordinator

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Questions? Contact Beth at 517-582-3145 or

The Davies Project doesn’t just provide transportation. I got to know the drivers and build friendships, and that’s what has helped my family the most. Thank you!”
– Mother of a TDP child