Volunteer Opportunity Details:
One of the toughest challenges cancer patients face is getting to and from their much-needed chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. They may be too ill to drive, may not own a car, or may not have anyone to take them to the appointments. The American Cancer Society offers a program called "Road to Recovery" where cancer patients receive free rides to and from treatment centers. This is where you can help.
To become a volunteer driver, you must have a serviceable car with seat belts and adequate insurance coverage; complete a short training session conducted by an American Cancer Society staff member; pass a background check that includes motor vehicle, sexual offender, and criminal history records; and meet all program requirements. Credit history checks or other consumer information searches are NOT conducted on American Cancer Society volunteers.
This opportunity is sponsored by: American Cancer Society
Web Site: http://www.cancer.org
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