The Do Good Bus is an opportunity for your team to get involved and help either your community or the one you are visiting. Just get on the bus, and we do the rest. Volunteering has never been SO FUN.
Each trip is different and the locations are a secret. You never know where you’ll end up and what you might end up doing. If you have always wanted to get involved, volunteer or help others but didn’t know how, hop on the Do Good Bus! For each Do Good Bus ride, we work closely with your group to incorporate your core values and groups mission. Our team is committed to helping you create true authentic bonds, improve communication and ensure a collaborative climate – all while giving back.
Coming into town for a school trip or performance? Why not make a GOOD impact on the community you visit? Our team has worked with causes and non-profits all over the US and can help you find a good fit for your team while you’re in town. The Do Good Bus is a great full or half day activity. Not only will your team do GOOD and build team camaraderie, it’s a great way to see the city you’re visiting.
We typically utilize local school buses, but can use your buses if you have them available. We serve lunch. Each Do Good Bus comes with a prepared, brown bag lunch that is generally enjoyed on board.
Most of our rides have a GOOD category to give you an idea of what to expect.
GOOD PEOPLE – This trip category is used for trips centered around helping people and will usually include large amounts of personal interaction with people you may have just met.
GOOD BOY – Like, GOOD PEOPLE, this trip is centered around interaction with people, but the small kind…the child.
GOOD EARTH – This category is for trips focused on our environment and could be anything from gardening to beach clean ups.
GOOD DOG -Ya know, helping the four-legged types.
GOOD HANDS – These events will usually involve building or making something — with your hands.
Keeping our projects a mystery is intentional. Surprises are fun, but the mystery is also the first step in creating bonds, communication and even leadership change amongst your group’s members. Since everyone is starting at square one with limited information, it allows for open communication and even a little space for unlikely leaders to have a turn to speak up.