Project Linkage
Connecting people with their community.
Through Project Linkage, volunteers are linked with older adults and people with disabilities who need in-home support or transportation services to remain independent in their homes. Our volunteers help make it possible for people to age with dignity and to feel connected to their community.

We have many ways to be involved:


Provide one-way rides to or from grocery stores, medical appointments and other points of interest, using your personal or agency vehicles. Mileage reimbursement is available.

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Transportation is typically provided Monday – Friday during business hours. Occasional evening and weekend trips may be requested.

This is an extremely flexible position: we work with your schedule. You let us know when you are available and we coordinate the trips you provide for pre-screened riders. You may use your personal vehicle, or drive one of our vans or buses. All drivers must have at least five years driving experience, maintain a driver’s license in their state of residence, complete trainings and pass a criminal background check.

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Bus Concierge

Assist older adults and people with disabilities as they ride on one of our buses to the grocery store, on field trips and other points of interest.  

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Volunteers help make riding our buses safe and enjoyable.  As a concierge, you will help people on and off the bus, help them with their personal items, and ensure that they have their seat belts fastened.

The time commitment is flexible with opportunities usually in the mornings for 3-4 hours each trip.  Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, able to lift packages and be able to operate mechanical devices in the bus.  This is a great opportunity for a personable volunteer who wants to make life a little bit easier for our older adult population. 

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Minor Home Repair

Help keep the home environment of older adults and people with disabilities safe by doing simple minor repairs such as weatherization, replacing light bulbs and fixing railings.

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Sometimes the simplest of tasks can be overwhelming for older adults and people with disabilities. Our Home Repair volunteers assess what is needed, and if appropriate will purchase materials and complete the repair themselves. Volunteers do not pay for the materials themselves. Volunteers take on only what they are capable of doing and follow good safety procedures.

This is extremely flexible: service is provided on an as-needed basis. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, pass a criminal background check and complete an orientation.

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Holiday Cheer

Help assemble, wrap and/or deliver gift bags and provide companionship to more than 200 isolated older adults and people with disabilities during the holiday season. Great for families or groups.

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If you want to make a difference in the life of an older adult or person with a disability, we encourage you to contact us today for a Project Linkage application.

For more information contact or call 503-232-0007 x211.