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Help us drive toward a better world where transportation is not a barrier to anyone's health, education, or happiness.

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Dial-A-Bus is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and contributions are tax-deductible. Our EIN is 26-4836268

If you were to view our Services page on our website, you would see Demand Response and Linn County Medical. These services are for people who do not qualify with the county to use the Benton Area Transit service or who live outside of the service area, but still desperately need transportation that the local bus systems cannot provide. These services are not funded by the county or any other organization and many times we cover the costs ourselves in whatever ways we can.

We are asking for your help to provide transportation for those who need it the most. People and families with children who are struggling with homelessness and older folks living in rural areas with no local family who need to see a doctor. These are the people whose lives you'll be changing when you donate to help us drive toward a better world.

This will be an ongoing fundraiser from now on that can be donated to monthly or any time you have the funds and want to break down transportation barriers. Our goal is to raise at least $1,000 each month for these services.

$10 Covers a ride within Corvallis to a local doctor, store, etc.

$50 Covers a ride outside of County limits

$100 Covers multiple rides for people and families who are struggling