WATERVILLE — Steve Soule has joined the KVCAP Transportation staff as its volunteer driver recruiter, according to a KVCAP news release.

Volunteer drivers play an integral role in the community; bringing sick children to medical treatment or elderly people to services. KVCAP Transportation provided 110,000 rides in 2016.

The demand for transportation services continues to grow at a steady pace and KVCAP is looking for compassionate, civic-minded people to help volunteer to provide transportation to some of the area’s more vulnerable citizens. KVCAP provides training and a mileage reimbursement for their travel. Volunteers must have a safe, reliable vehicle and pass state background checks to protect its passengers.

Soule was a teacher and principal at Clinton Elementary School for many years and most recently served as the South End Teen Center coordinator. His dedication and support to the community led him to return to KVCAP in this capacity, according to the release.

Those interested in learning more about or becoming a KVCAP volunteer driver can contact Soule at 859-1631 or via email at steves@kvcap.org. KVCAP is dedicated to helping people in need and together we can make a difference.


The Kennebec Valley Community Action Program assists people in Kennebec, Somerset, Lincoln, and Sagadahoc counties. It is a private, nonprofit organization, with an annual budget of 22.8 million and 280 employees. KVCAP is headquartered in Waterville, with offices in Augusta, Skowhegan, Wiscasset, and several outreach locations. Since 1965, KVCAP has worked to eliminate poverty and build stronger communities by helping over 800,000 people improve their financial stability.

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