Volunteers are essential to our service. To maintain accessibility and availability in the system, we need to maintain and sustain our volunteer workforce. We celebrate our volunteers annually at our Volunteer Appreciation event. For the last two years a volunteer driver has received our Volunteer of the Year Award.

We currently have 41 drivers, 5 in the South and 19 in North and Central Frontenac Townships.


Distance:              391,161.8km
Hours:                   9251.19         


Distance:              555,236.5km
Hours:                   9251.49


Distance:              610,578.58km
Hours:                   16,357.25

View past statistics here:

2020 Recipient of the Frontenac County Accessibility Award

Congratulations to our volunteer drivers for being the 2020 recipient of the Frontenac County Accessibility Award. Our drivers were recognized for their efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic in helping our community get to essential medical appointments, receive medications, and groceries.

Become A Volunteer Driver

Volunteer Driver Job Description

Download the Driver Volunteer Application Form here:

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can volunteer?
To be a volunteer driver you must have your G license and a reliable vehicle.

How are drivers paid?
A volunteer driver is paid a mileage rate which is non-taxable. No wages are paid. We pay this bi-weekly.

What is the typical pay for rides?
A ride from Sharbot Lake to Kingston, the volunteer driver would be paid approximately $65.00. A ride from Verona to Kingston, the volunteer driver would be paid approximately $40.00.