they want to stay in their own homes

tend their own gardens

remain independent

the thing is ...

they've given up driving

that's where you come in ....


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concert December 1

benefiting North Central region – DETAILS


until that's a reality

….who transports Seniors who quite driving.? See ABOUT.

LAST YEAR MORE THAN 2,500 of your central Texas friends and neighbors reached out to us for a lift: People like your Mom, making a weekly grocery trip, or your great Uncle Ralph, for his physical therapy; or Aunt Edith, wanting to join her friends for Canasta. People like your neighbor, who at 80+ years still rides his Segway, but can’t take that to the pharmacy. People like the lady up the block that wants to visit her husband in the nursing home. Folks with places to go and people to see. What they have in common is they decided to give up driving.

That’s why we formed the Drive a Senior Network. We connect Austin area volunteer drivers with seniors who live nearby and who choose to continue living independently. Last year we provided more than 36,000 rides. We expect to provide roughly 40,000 in the coming year . . . and even more in years to come. So whether you’re feeling charitable or “paying it forward” … or just have a gap on Thursdays between carpool and soccer practice, we’d appreciate your help.

I really enjoy the drivers –it’s as if I have known each of them all my life. I look forward to my ride with each of them.


I am so appreciative of the rides …. I’ve always been an independent woman and Drive A Senior is helping me maintain my independence.


Serving the mid-north corridor of Austin – east of Mopac and west of I-35 and including the North Loop, Crestview, North Lamar, North Burnet and Wells Branch neighborhoods. | visit  NORTH CENTRAL page |

Bounded by Town Lake on the west and Lady Bird Lake on the south and US 183 to the north, this region serves downtown Austin as well as Central Austin, Old West Austin, Hyde Park, Rosedale, Tarrytown, Allandale, Northwest Hills and North Shoal Creek. | visit WEST page |

Serves primarily south of Cesar Chavez, west of Pleasant Valley Road and east of Hwy.290/71 W. This region includes the neighborhoods of Barton Hills, Zilker, Bouldin, Travis Heights, South Congress, South Lamar, Westgate, Sunset Valley, Oak Hill, Garrison Park, South Park Meadows, Circle C and Western Oaks. | visit SOUTH page |

Serving the region to the Southwest and West of the Colorado River.  West of Mopac including West Lake Hills, Rollingwood, Lost Creek, Barton Creek, Bee Cave, Lakeway, The Hills, and other neighborhoods in Oak Hill and south of Lake Travis. | visit SOUTHWEST page |

Serving the area east of I-35, west of Toll Road 130 and south of Parmer Lane down to Cesar Chavez – including the communities of Daffan, Windsor, Mueller and the Decker Lane area near the Exposition Center. | visit EAST page |

Straddling I-35 and bound by West Parmer Lane to the west and Red Bud Lane on the east, this region serves the Tevavista, Brushy Creek and the Old Settlers area near Dell Diamond. | visit ROUND ROCK page |

Bounded by I-35 to the west, Toll Road 45 to the north, Cameron Road to the east and Parmer Lane to the south, this region serves the city of Pflugerville and the Windemere development. | visit PFLUGERVILLE  page |

Bounded by Red Bud Lane to the west, Chandler Road to the north, SR 101 to the east and Kelly Lane to the south this region serves the city of Hutto, including the Star Ranch Development and the town of Norman Crossing. | visit HUTTO page |

Serving the city of Elgin and ranging roughly from Lund to the north and Sayersville to the south. | visit ELGIN page |