window.dataLayer = window.dataLayer || []; function gtag(){dataLayer.push(arguments);} gtag('js', new Date()); gtag('config', 'UA-29484371-30');
Wednesday , May 22 2019
Soccer/Volleyball 728
Utep Football Generic 728
shark 728×90
Nobleza728
STEP 728
Amy’s Ambassadorship
Bordertown Undergroun Show 728
JustLikeThat728
Home | News | Local News | United Way, Sun Metro Partner to Offer Free Bus Passes to El Paso Youth
Photo courtesy Sun Metro

United Way, Sun Metro Partner to Offer Free Bus Passes to El Paso Youth

For the third year in a row, United Way of El Paso County and Sun Metro have partnered to carry out the summer youth transportation program, Kids on the Go!

Kids on the Go! is an initiative meant to help increase participation in out-of-school time activities by alleviating possible transportation barriers youth might have.

Through the program, youth enrolled in a participating summer program are eligible to receive a free pass that allows them to ride Sun Metro buses for free.

Last year, nearly 700 youth used the passes a total of 5,733 times throughout the summer months.

Any 501c3 nonprofit, city and county department, and local school district are eligible to receive free bus passes for youth (ages 6-18 years old) enrolled in their summer programs.

Children 6-12 years old must have an accompanying adult who will also be provided a free pass. Passes are valid from June 1 to August 31, 2017.

Agencies interested in offering participants access to this summer transportation option can contact United Way for more information.

Parents who would like a bus pass for their child must have their child enrolled in a participating program by a participating agency which currently includes Reynolds Home, Center Against Sexual and Family Violence, Project Bravo, El Paso Center for Children, House of Hope, Salvation Army, El Paso Public Library, El Paso Parks and Recreation, City of El Paso’s Museum of Cultural Affairs Department, Project Vida, YWCA El Paso, Latinitas, and Boys & Girls Club.

About Staff Report

Staff Reports are just that, Staff Reporting the news. No skew, no opinion just the news. We pride ourselves on making sure that we bring you the news as soon as it is published, submitted or sent to us. No need to have a reporter rewrite or give their opinion. The facts or information, nothing more.

Check Also

Fort Bliss Commissary produce manager receives national award

FORT LEE, Va. – Vicente Aguirre, produce manager at the Fort Bliss Commissary, Texas, will …

One comment

Bordertown Undergroun Show 728
Amy’s Ambassadorship
Nobleza728
Soccer/Volleyball 728
Utep Football Generic 728
JustLikeThat728
STEP 728
shark 728×90