Who can become a member?
Orcas Door to Door is an assistive transportation service for Orcas Islanders age 60 plus or for people with disabilities, either temporary or permanent, that result in their inability to drive. The program is available for those who need door‐to‐door assistance to access essential services and social events in order to remain healthy and active within our community.
Who will be giving me rides?
Orcas Door to Door provides rides with volunteer drivers using their personal vehicles. The drivers have passed both driver record and criminal background checks as well as completed a required driver training and orientation session.
What does it cost?
Rides are provided at no cost to enrolled members, although donations are gratefully accepted. If you are interested in making a donation please contact the Coordinator at 360-622-2929. Volunteer drivers are not permitted to accept tips or any cash.
Orcas Door to Door will be establishing a membership fee to help pay for insurance and other administrative overhead. The membership fee will be established as the demand for rides and the administrative costs are understood. Payment plans will be available and low income residents may apply for assistance.
Note: Membership Fees are waived for a limited time during the program’s launch and rollout. Members enrolled during this period will receive their first year free.
How to become an Orcas Door to Door Member?
Pickup a Member Application Packet at the Orcas Senior Center Front Desk.
Call 360-622-2929 to have the packet mailed to you.
If you prefer, you can enroll online HERE.