Posted on March 29, 2021

To perform their services, many nonprofits rely on volunteers to drive.  The circumstances in which a volunteer will drive vary widely, from transporting supplies to taking senior citizens to doctors’ appointments.  Regardless of the reason volunteers get behind the wheel, nonprofits should develop a plan to mitigate the risk of having a volunteer on the road on its behalf.  This article outlines steps your nonprofit can take to minimize those risks, whether your volunteers drive their own car or your nonprofits’ car or whether they are driving themselves or driving with passengers.