Ride Pass Grant Program
Skagit Transit's 2020 Ride Pass Grant Program has 14,000 one-day ride passes available for distribution to eligible 501(c) 3 non-profit organizations and government agencies serving low income/infirm residents of the Skagit Public Transportation Benefit District.
The program provides passes through an application process.
Awarded agencies disperse passes to low income/infirm recipients who meet the program eligibility requirements.
The application period for the 2020 program has ended.
The following agencies have been awarded passes for the 2020 Ride Pass Grant Program
Anacortes Family Center
Anacortes High School, Life Skills
Anacortes Police Department
Brigid Collins Family Support Center
Catholic Community Services
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
City of Burlington and Mount Vernon Public Defenders Office
Dept of Social and Health Services, Community Service Offices
Dept of Social and Health Services, Division of Rehabilitiation Services
Emerson Academy, Youthnet
Family Promise of Skagit
Mount Vernon Police Department, Outreach
Northwest Workforce Council
Northwest Youth Services
Skagit County Office of Assigned Counsel
Samish Indian Nation
Sea Mar Clinics
Skagit Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Services
Skagit/Island Head Start
Skagit Valley Hospital, Regional Health
Skagit Valley YMCA
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Tierra Nueva, New Earth
United General Hospital
Washington Vocational Services
SEE BELOW FOR APPLICATION AND INSTRUCTIONS
View and download the Application.
View and download the Instructions.
If you are interested in receiving information about the program or want to get on the contact list, please take time to fill out and submit the form below.
Ride Pass Grant Contact Form
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