Way to Go began in December 2002 as a broad-based community coalition assisting underemployed persons in the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, Virginia obtain automobiles through vehicle donations. From 2002 to 2005, Way to Go was a member of a national organization – Community Association for Rural Transportation (CART) which operated a public transit program in Rockingham County. When CART ceased operations in early 2005, Way to Go realized the need to continue transportation services in the region for its most vulnerable residents and incorporated as a separate 501-c-3 charitable organization effective July 1, 2005. Later that same year, Way to Go became a United Way certified agency. Since incorporation, Way to Go has continued to grow its operations, programs, capacity, and resources to better serve the transportation needs of low-income workers in Harrisonburg-Rockigham. Today, Way to Go serves on average 200 un-duplicated households annually with nearly 500 units of service. Please see our “Services” page to learn more about client eligibility and program offerings.
Information on our organization may be viewed by going to the document list. Examples are below.
- Annual Reports
- Board of Directors
- Conflicts of Interest Policy
- Donated Vehicle Contract
- IRS 501-c-3 Letter of Determination
- IRS Form 990
- Program Brochure
- Program Evaluation
- Virginia Sales Tax Exemption
- Virginia Consumer Affairs Exception Letter