Many seniors are in need of extra help, love, and connection.

The COVID-19 pandemic has isolated seniors even more than usual, providing a greater need than ever for volunteer drivers in Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties. We are taking extra measures to ensure the safety and well-being of volunteers and passengers, including contactless options.

Volunteering is good for the soul

By being a volunteer for someone who may no longer be able to perform simple daily tasks like they used to, you’re helping them regain confidence, provide peace of mind to their families and caregivers, and offer a sense of comfort, meaning, and hope.

Volunteer today

You can volunteer when it is convenient for you – on your schedule, in the community of your choice, and as often as you would like. Fill out the form below. A representative will contact you shortly to get started.

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did you know?

Milwaukee County and Waukesha County are home to 21% of Wisconsin seniors age 65 and older and 23% of the state’s seniors age 85 and older. These populations are projected to grow and live longer than previous generations.


“As a volunteer, I get so much out of the experience. Taking time to do something for others really makes me think less about my own problems and focus more on how I can support the much bigger needs that others have.”

– Tillie Franks, Milwaukee

There are many other ways you can help change lives through Eras Senior Network.

A completed volunteer application, valid drivers license, auto insurance, and background check are required. You must be 18 years of age to volunteer drive. Don’t have a car or insurance? No problem, there are many ways to help a senior in need! Visit our Serve page and see other ways to get involved and help.