American Cancer Society Patient Transportation Program

For more than 30 years the American Cancer Society has transported cancer patients from their homes to outpatient treatment at local treatment centers. The patients are driven by local volunteers using their own automobiles. For some patients, we are their only means of getting to treatment. For others, our free program prevents family members from missing work and losing pay. We need more volunteers to help us drive patients. There are times when we don’t have enough drivers to match up with patients needing transportation. See the criteria below to learn more. Even if you can’t drive, click on the links for social media and the news release and then help us spread the word. Post on Facebook, send a tweet, or ask your church or civic organization to put a notice in their newsletter.

Click here to see sample messages for Facebook and Twitter:

Click on this link to download a newsletter release for your church or civic organization:

Every day, thousands of cancer patients need a ride to a medical facility for treatment. You can help save a life by volunteering your time as a driver.

To become a volunteer driver for the American Cancer Society, you must:

  • Own a safe and reliable air conditioned vehicle
  • Have a current, valid driver’s license
  • Have proof of adequate automobile insurance
  • Have a good driving record and pass a background check
  • Attend a Road To Recovery volunteer training session

If you would like to volunteer, please complete the form below. Thanks!

Thank You!

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