Be a Hero: Become a Volunteer Driver

Posted on 12-10-2020

Curative’s affordable door-to-door transportation service for adults 60 years and older and people with disabilities has been around for over 50 years helping thousands of people in our community remain independent.

The success of this service has been largely dependent on its volunteer drivers. Please help Curative Connections continue to make a difference in our community by helping those in need lead a more fulfilling and self-sufficient lifestyle!

Volunteers must have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license, must be 18 years or older, are subject to a background check, must have a good driving record and must complete a minimum of 2 ride-along shifts with a current volunteer driver.

CLICK HERE to Apply Today!

Flexible Schedule

Shifts are 4-5 hours long with AM/PM options;
Morning route –  7:30 – 11:30 a.m.
Afternoon route – 12:30 – 4:30 p.m.

Vehicle Provided

Curative Connection’s fleet of vehicles includes sedans, accessible mini-vans and buses.

Due to COVID-19 social distancing rules, we are currently looking for volunteer drivers who are comfortable driving our larger vehicles, mini-vans and buses.


Vehicle insurance coverage provided by Curative Connections

Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)

Not Required


Provided through ride-alongs with current drivers

Physical Requirements

Minimal with no heavy lifting

Rider Fees

Minimal handling of rider fee collection

For More Information, email Curative Connections at [email protected] or contact Tina Whetung, Office Manager for Transportation Services, at (920) 227-4272.

Curative Connections

It starts by making meaningful connections to where we live, with each other, and to services that provide support. For more than 70 years Curative Connections has been here to help families, seniors and people with disabilities find support and care due to aging, dementia, brain injury or other disability. We meet each person – no matter where they are in their journey – and help them navigate options that support their goals for independence. Allowing them to build skills while we provide enriching opportunities for healthy aging.

It’s about people being active in body and mind, building relationships, learning new things and contributing to their community. Curative offers a proactive approach to care and a clear focus on individual needs. Where people are engaged in activities that help maintain their independence and improve and extend their quality of life, while doing things they enjoy and value.

Curative recognizes that self-care and finding balance is important for caregivers as well. That is why you can have peace of mind knowing that Curative is led by an experienced and empathetic team that puts the person first. Giving you piece of mind, and doing what’s right for every person we serve.