About our Partners
Please contact following NV Rides service providers to find out how to find volunteer transportation in your area.
SCWFC is an interfaith community-based organization that provides meaning and purpose for adults living in and around the communities of Clifton, Centreville, and Chantilly throughout their mature years. Shepherd’s Centers all have a commonly understood mission to empower older adults to use their wisdom and skills for the good of their communities. SCWFC’s role is to build and support this community network of services; at present, we offer assisted driving for medical and food bank appointments but will be expanding our services shortly.
Phone: 703 266-3548
At Home in Alexandria (AHA) is a grassroots not-for-profit organization founded by and for individuals age 55 and older who live in Alexandria and who want to remain in their own homes, living independently in the community they love. AHA provides practical support and social opportunities that makes their members’ day more pleasant.
Contact: Cele Garrett
Phone: 703 231-0821
The Shepherd’s Center of Annandale-Springfield is a non-profit interfaith organization sponsored by area congregations and community groups to serve older persons in the Annandale, Springfield, and Falls Church areas of Northern Virginia. Our primary purpose is to provide services to assist older adults to continue to live independently in their own homes and to offer programs which supply opportunities for enrichment, learning and socialization. Volunteer opportunities allow individuals to feel needed by reaching out to other older adults.
The Shepherd’s Center of McLean-Arlington-Falls Church (SCMAFC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-based, interfaith organization sponsored by area congregations, community groups and businesses to serve older persons in these areas of Northern Virginia. We are dedicated to assisting senior adults in maintaining an independent and safe lifestyle.
The Shepherd’s Center of Great Falls (SCGF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-based, interfaith organization sponsored by area congregations, community groups and businesses to serve older persons in the Great Falls area. We are dedicated to assisting senior adults in maintaining an independent and safe lifestyle.
Mount Vernon At Home is part of the national “village” movement, which embraces a volunteer-driven approach in providing services to help our senior neighbors age in place safely, comfortably, and confidently in their own homes in the community they love. With a Mount Vernon At Home membership, members are able to enjoy enhanced peace of mind and independence with the services provided by our enthusiastic volunteers while enjoying Mount Vernon At Home social, educational and cultural programs with new and longtime friends.With one call, our staff and volunteers are here to help you with your home and transportation needs.
The Herndon Village Network (HVN) is a grass roots, neighbor-to-neighbor, non-profit initiative which strives to support Herndon senior citizens. Our mission is to consolidate and provide a range of services to Herndon seniors, with the intention of enabling those who need special assistance to remain in the familiar environment of their homes, to be an integral part of the community, and to improve the quality of their lives.
Reston Community Center (RCC) is a Fairfax County Government agency that brings the community together through enriching leisure time experiences that reach out to all and contribute to Reston’s sense of place. RCC provides four lines of programming to the Reston community: Arts and Events, Aquatics, Leisure and Learning, and Facility Rentals. Operations are supported by revenues from a special property tax collected on all residential and commercial properties within Small District 5. RCC was integral in galvanizing support for the grass roots committee, Reston for a Lifetime (“R4L”), and has hosted several forums on Aging in Place and serves as the monthly meeting site for R4L. The dedicated staff of RCC’s 55+ Programming Department plans hundreds of activities each year for older adults and will be managing the facilitation of the NV Rides Reston transportation program.
Contact: Robin Schell
Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization of more than 220 volunteers from Loudoun County who help frail elderly and disabled adults maintain independent living. Caregivers provides a wide range of support services including transportation to medical appointments, grocery shopping, errands, household chores, special outings and help with managing personal financial affairs.
Contact: Davanna Black
J Rides helps non-driving adults 55+ feel more connected by enabling seniors to participate in social, wellness, education and cultural events offered by the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia. The service is free to any non-driving senior (55+) who would like to attend a J program, and utilizes volunteer drivers to transport passengers. J membership is not necessary to use the service, or to be a volunteer driver.
Contact: Sam Backman
For more than fifty years, Ravensworth Baptist Church as been a progressive Baptist presence in Northern Virginia. The congregation constantly seeks to be responsive to the movement of the Spirit to establish justice, peace, and the reign of God “on earth, as it is in heaven.” Ravensworth started a volunteer driver program with the help of NV Rides in the winter of 2016 because they saw the need to assist aging members of their congregation who are no longer driving. At this time, Ravensworth only provides rides to its congregants.
Contact: Cathy Baskin
Phone: (703) 941-4113
The Alexandria synagogue is the spiritual home of more than 500 families, and has been serving the Northern Virginia Community for over a century. With help of NV Rides, the synagogue plans to add a volunteer driver program to their already long list of services available to their congregants.
Contact: Rabbi Steven Rein
Our goal is to support our community members on their journey toward self-resiliency and self-sufficiency. After taking note of our community’s needs, we have developed programs that provide the services that address our community members’ needs. We strive to establish this goal by providing services to include financial assistance, medical assistance, hunger relief and many more.
Contact: Stacey Picard
Phone: (216) 262-1669