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Your Path to Freedom – NV Rides Partners

Our job is to connect you with the volunteer driver program in your neighborhood. We do not provide transportation ourselves.

Click on the color-coded interactive map to find a ride with a volunteer driving program in your neighborhood.

Use the contact button below or call us at 703.537.3071.

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Ride Reflections

“I feel secure. . .”

“You have always been so kind and thoughtful to me when providing me with rides to my doctors’ appointments. It makes me feel more secure knowing there is someone that I can call if I need help with getting to the doctor or grocery store. Thank you again for being there for me and other seniors.”

– Elena, Arlington, VA

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Here’s Your Guide to

Get-Up-and-Go

Easy as 1-2-3 to get started

  • Locate the Partner Network closest to you using our interactive map
  • Let your Partner Network know the dates and times you need a ride
  • Your Driver will call you a day before the ride to touch base

A Qualified Driver

The profile

  • Submitted to Criminal and DMV Background Check (no cost to you)
  • Received one-on-one training
  • Expressed a desire to help others and make a difference in the life of a neighbor

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Door-to-Door Support

NV Rides promotes mobility for seniors. We work with community-based volunteer organizations that provide transportation services.

Stories from the Road

Anna Stolley Persky

Anna Stolley Persky

  On my 50th birthday, I decided to do something different. I didn’t go sky-diving, jet off to Bali or dance until the wee hours of the morning. Instead, I gave a lovely woman a much-needed lift to her dentist and back. I don’t for one second regret it.  Her name...

Rhea Sharma

Rhea Sharma

“I knew I wanted to volunteer during the summer with older people,” says Sharma, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in neuroscience and a minor in biochemistry. “Older people are just wiser. I like talking to them. I like seeing things from their perspective.”

Matthew Starr

Matthew Starr

Volunteer driving “is a service to people,” says Starr. “When you are a volunteer driver, you are getting somebody somewhere that they would not be able go without your help.”

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Pozez JCC of Northern Virginia

8900 Little River Turnpike

Fairfax, VA 22031

703.537.3071

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The Community Foundation for Northern Virginia
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