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10/01/2018

Free rides for Sonoma Valley seniors



Free rides are offered to Sonoma Valley seniors through Vintage House’s LIMO (Limited Independent Mobility Options) Program. This community-based volunteer service is designed to keep seniors active and involved in the community. Rides are available Monday through Friday for non-medical needs such as shopping, appointments and classes. The service area includes the entire Sonoma Valley, including Glen Ellen and Kenwood.

Being a volunteer driver is a great way to meet new people, stay active and provide support to our community’s seniors. The driver commitment is only eight hours (two four-hour shifts) per month, scheduled at driver’s convenience.

LIMO makes a significant difference in the quality of life of seniors who can no longer drive. If you, or someone you know, is in need of a ride, or if you’re interested in becoming a volunteer driver, please contact Denise Wilbanks at Vintage House at 996-0311 or rides@vintagehouse.org.

LIMO is funded through a combination of grants and fundraising. Donations are always gratefully accepted.




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