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The transportation needs of non-profits and charities are abundant. At Bus.com, we understand that often group organizers are trying to make magic happen. While we may not be able to cast a spell, we can remove much of the hassle from your trip-planning strategy by offering a streamlined booking system, a comprehensive pricing tool, and an amazing customer support team that is as excited about your cause as you are.
Yes, most buses chartered through Bus.com comes with a vetted, professional driver. However, it is possible to rent a sprinter van that can be driven by a member of your group. Visit the sprinter van without driver page for more details.
Ideally, we recommend that bus charters be rented six months in advance. However, we know that this is not always possible! Our booking system can also find you the perfect bus options for trips that are happening sooner. Our online booking system can accommodate last-minute bookings in certain markets — if you do not see any options listed for your list-minute trip, please contact us.
While all coach bus rentals come equipped with a restroom, it is not the norm among any other vehicle type.
Yes! Our coach buses are quite spacious, with room for bags underneath the bus as well as occasionally in the overhead compartments. For school buses, storage space can be more limited, although in some cases there is luggage space under the bus as well.
Bus.com’s support team is there for you 24/7. Please reach out by calling us 1-855-428-7266 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, don’t forget to check out our full FAQ to see if your question is answered there.
Based on the way that funds are generated, all tax-exempt charitable organizations are categorized into either foundations or public charities. A foundation is a charitable non-profit entity created and funded by a business or an individual.
Charities exist to support the advancement of science, public health, disaster relief, environmental protection, community education, animal welfare, human rights advocacy, and more. Operating private foundations often distribute money to their charitable programs.
A Voluntary Association is any group or union of individuals that enter an agreement and form an entity for a specific purpose (for example helping a retirees’ community, a school, protecting local historical sites, or improving night safety).
A Veterans Organization (also ex-service organization) is an organization either composed of or dedicated to those who served in the country’s armed forces or participated in armed conflicts. Some examples are The American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW), and Veterans Affairs Canada.
A Social Advocacy Organization (or an advocacy group) is a non-profit or volunteer association influencing public opinion and policies to promote social justice or solve community issues. Some well-known US advocacy groups include the American Civil Liberties Union, TASH, Human Rights Campaign, and Human Rights Watch.
For every non-profit that relies on the public to fund its activities, fundraising is the most critical operation of all. Universities and colleges are known for their significant fundraising efforts (fund appeals, advancement programs, and more). For public charities, fundraising events are the fastest way to accumulate much-needed money for their programs, raise community awareness about the cause, or to recruit volunteers.
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