Do Good Bus


Be the change. Hop on the bus!

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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!

Save your seat on a Do Good Bus ride today…
Our next Do Good Bus ride is July 17th, 7:00 AM -12:00 PM. We hope you’ll join us.

SAVE YOUR SEAT

What: Sometimes cheering on others through the tough times is the best way you can help!
Where: We’ll meet at The Hub (303 Water St. in West Bend). We’ll have you back by noon.
Who: This ride is family friendly and appropriate for all ages!
Cost: Suggested donation of $11 per person or $26 per family.
All donations support the Do Good Bus program.
We can’t wait to have you on board!


VOLUNTEER TO DRIVE THE BUS

The Volunteer Center is currently
seeking Bus Drivers for our Do Good Bus

Volunteers need to hold appropriate licensing to drive a school bus
Drivers will be driving in Washington County only
Volunteers of all ages will be on the bus!

Keep an eye on our Facebook Page for our next “stop”. Exciting things are in the works!

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.

Get the kids out of the classroom or off of the court and out working together for good!

Special thanks to the organizations that keep the wheels rolling!

                    

People Are Talking…

The Do Good Bus is an exciting initiative for Washington County. It’s a rolling billboard for the power of good. But it’s what’s inside that really counts. Groups of families, friends & co-workers working to make a difference in our community. ”

– Dan Johnson | Johnson School Bus Service, Inc.