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January 21, 2019

St.Amant is looking for volunteer drivers to take people to where they need to go, 4-6 hours a week.
Drivers must have a valid Class 4 driver’s license. Flexible daytime, evening, and weekend shifts are available. We can provide reimbursement for those who obtain a Class 4 license.

Volunteer Driver Poster 2018

Drivers must follow their driving schedules, maintain regular communication with staff, report vehicle maintenance issues, and participate in regular training sessions. Volunteers are highly valued members of the St.Amant team and contribute to each program area. Drivers will abide by the policies and procedures of St.Amant.
All adult volunteers will need to provide a Criminal Record Check. Once 100 volunteer hours have been completed with St.Amant, you will receive a full refund on your Criminal Record Check. Adult and Child Abuse Registry Check will be done at St.Amant for no charge to the volunteer. We do not offer reimbursement for those who are placed in our volunteer program and have done checks on their own.
Apply for Volunteer Transportation Driver

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