Wheels of Hope provides transportation and hope to citizens of the Athens Region that are visually impaired or no longer drive because of age or health issues.
How It Works
The Wheels of Hope program is intended for residents in Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties with visual impairments or other issues preventing them from driving. As a ride sharing program, our network of volunteers provide the rides on an as-needed basis.
The ride fee is affordable, with a $20 fare cap. Members of the program will have an established account and never have to worry about exchanging money with the drivers.
The drivers are committed to stay with the rider for the duration of the trip, so riders don’t have to worry about being dropped off. We provide “door thru door” service and stay with our clients during their appointments or help them with their errands.
“It’s not the ride, it’s who’s by your side.”
— Jamaica Miller, FOUNDER
Provide transportation and Hope to citizens of the Athens region that otherwise would be denied access to the community. These services will be provided for individuals that are visually impaired, or no longer drive because of age or health issues.
of Georgia residents experience visual impairment
of those over the age of 64 in Georgia experience visual impairment