Medical Motor Service has recently taken on a new project with Community Place of Greater Rochester (CPGR), a non-profit agency that provides a wide range of social, developmental, and educational programs to children, seniors, families and developmentally disabled individuals throughout the greater Rochester area.
With the addition of a donated bus from CPGR, MMS has begun providing group transportation for participants in CPGR’s Foster Grandparent program and the Senior Companion program – making it possible for area residents ages 55 and up to provide educational, social and emotional support to local school children and older adults in the community. 
“For many older adults, lack of transportation is a barrier to participation in our Aging Services programs,” said Liz Martin, VP of Operations at CPGR. “The partnership with Medical Motors is a win-win solution. They work very well with us and we are excited about maximizing reliability and safety at an affordable cost.”   
Medical Motor Service Safety Director Dave Kunz, who is overseeing the most recent alliance with CPGR, shared his thoughts on what it means to work with these programs. “This collaboration will allow MMS to serve a tremendous group of people who have dedicated their lives to serve others,” Kunz said. “It is truly rewarding for us.”