South Austin

Member of the Faith in Action Network

Volunteers in Motion

Drive A Senior South Austin
Drive a Senior South Austin board members thank all who attended 
our successful Benefit Concert and participated in the Raffle.  
 We are very thankful to 

the Women of Heartsong 

and 

The Gray Sky Boys for their wonderful music.

Thank you to 

Bethany Lutheran Church for allowing us to use their church. 

We also thank the following donors:
Patrons: Angela L. Drury, DPM, FACFAS, Mr. and Mrs. John Conrado
Partners:  Dr. Eric Dai, Robert Edwards, Mario Jesus Flores,  Diane McGowan, John Ragland, Attorney at law,   Norman Risinger, MD
Friends: Laureate Theta of Beta Sigma Phi, Ashley Steigler, Helen Von Quintus

AND the many more who donated and bought raffle tickets to help us raise over $6000 to support Drive a Senior South Austin.

 

Drive A Senior-South Austin provides services to seniors (60+) such as transportation to medical appointments and personal errands, social visits and calls, minor home repairs and resource referrals.  It is one of the oldest, largest, most reliable providers of services of free transportation for our seniors. In 2014, 3,918 rides were provided at no charge.  Our volunteers come from churches, synagogues and other places of worship, as well as the community at large. 


We put faith into action by:  

  • Assisting seniors to live independently in their own homes 
  • Offering life enriching volunteer opportunities
  • Building stronger communities


Click on the Drive a Senior Brochure for more information

Drive a Senior is a Faith in Action Network of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. The first organization originated in West Austin in 1985. Since then, it has grown into nine groups serving Austin and surrounding communities including Cedar Park, Elgin, Georgetown, Leander, Round Rock and Pflugerville.  To learn more about the collaborative visit  www.driveasenior.org 
Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide supportive services to senior adults living in the South Austin geographical area.  Services are designed to enhance the quality of life by maximizing the ability to meet needs that encourage independence.  
 
 
 

Navigating the website:
To find out what volunteers do and how to volunteer click on the Volunteer tab.
To learn how the organization can help Seniors and how to apply click on the Senior tab.
You may donate to the organization via Pay Pal by clicking on Donate or by mailing your donation to the address shown in Contact Us.
Information relevant to seniors is found in the Resource section. 
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Congregational Supporters
 

Abiding Love Lutheran Church 

http://www.abidinglove.org/

Bethany Lutheran Church  

http://www.blcms.org/

Faith Presbyterian Church

 http://faithpresaustin.org/

Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian 

 http://www.shpc.org/

St. Catherine of Siena Church

http://www.stcatherine-austin.org/

St. Ignatius Martyr Church 

 http://www.st-ignatius.org/parish/

Unity Church of Austin

 www.unitychurchaustin.org

Wildflower Church

http://www.wildflowerchurch.org/

 


Partners
 
Other Sources of Support
Private Donations
AARP South Austin
Circle of Age Members
Coming of Age Central Texas
St. Catherine of Siena Knights of
Columbus 8156