Volunteer Drivers Are Needed

in the Greater Toronto Area

We need drivers to deliver essential goods and provide transportation for the most vulnerable members in our communities

Learn About Volunteer Driving

Most organizations that deliver essential goods to
the community need drivers who:

Can dedicate 3–6
hours per week

When deciding whether to become a Volunteer Driver,
you should consider:

Have access to
a car and a valid G license

Are willing to complete a driving record check

How far you are willing to drive

When you are available to deliver

How long you are able to commit 



Before you commit to an organization, ask the right questions about volunteering during COVID-19:

What safety measures are in place to protect volunteers?

How will I receive training for this volunteer role?

If I have any questions about safety, who will be my supervisor?

Get Pre-Screened for a Driver Role
in Your Community



You will get connected directly with
organizations that need you now


Your GTA-based Volunteer Centre
will follow up on your match and
volunteer experience


Advisors will be on hand to provide
additional support during the
application process

Made possible with emergency funding support from the
United Way of Greater Toronto