Volunteer Drivers

A Volunteer Driver is a person who uses their car to pick up a young person from a designated safe waiting place (for example a Youth Cafe run by the Bradford Youth Service) and drives the young person over to their host. The Volunteer Driver then introduces the young person to their host(s).


Why do we have Volunteer Drivers?

In the earlier days of Bradford Nightstop we found that young people using Nightstop for the first time found it difficult to reach our hosts on public transport. We therefore started to use taxis to transport young people from the centre of Bradford or Keighley to their hosts.Volunteer Driver


In response to young people's comments we then developed our Volunteer Driver scheme.


Person Specification

  • - Vehicle owner
  • - Clean driver's licence
  • - Ability to communicate and strike rapport with young people

Make a difference. Apply here.


The driver role is really important, it’s the first contact Nightstop has with the young person and helps them feel comfortable - Alex Bohdanowicz, Volunteer Driver