Hop On. Do Good.
Can you think of a better way to volunteer than a fun-filled bus ride to a surprise destination? We work behind the scenes with a local nonprofit to set up a volunteer project at their organization. All you have to do is save your seat! You’ll learn something new about your community and help a local cause. You can hop on the Do Good Bus during a monthly community ride or charter it for your private event. Choose your adventure below!
Saturday, February 23 | 12:15 – 3:45 pm
sponsored by Andrew Mortenson – Thrivent Financial
Cabin fever getting you down? Perk up and spend the afternoon on the Do Good Bus! This is a family-friendly ride that will be all fun and games. A few seats still remain!
Volunteers should be 14+ attending without a parent.
All aboard! These monthly rides open to the public are the perfect way to do good. Warm fuzzies guaranteed.
A fresh twist on an old classic. Ditch the conference room and get your team working together for good.
Special thanks to the organizations that keep the wheels rolling!
Riveredge Nature Center
There’s nothing “sweeter” than helping out at Riveredge Nature Center’s Maple Sugarin’ Festival! Our Do Good Bus riders braved the cold and rainy weather and helped kids with arts and crafts, served up pancakes (and a pickle!), and manned the sugar maplin’ wigwam. We learned a lot about Riveredge and made a few new friends along the way!
A team from Delta Defense hopped on the bus to restore a swing set at Friends, Inc. In a few short hours they transformed the old, tired swing set into a colorful showpiece surely to fill the kids at the shelter with joy. All it took was a few short hours, great camaraderie and lots of blue paint!
A wonderful group of friends reserved the Do Good Bus for this Party Ride. We headed out to Blue Lotus Farm & Retreat Center on a beautiful fall day to work side-by-side with a their clients. Together we cleared paths, raked leaves, and most importantly, learned that despite our differences, everyone can do good!