The Daylight Club for the Disabled, which provides a centre for disabled residents, has been raising funds for the past two years.
Salpi Gulbekian, co-ordinator of the club, told the Review that its old bus was coming to the end of its life and they desperately needed a wheelchair-accessible one for to accommodate members.
She said: "A lot of people end up being isolated on their own and they rely on the bus to pick them up to them to the centre."
The club meet twice a week, on Wednesdays at St Johns Church Hall, Harpenden, and on Fridays at Christchurch in St Albans.
Kristina Vandyke, 48, of Jodies Court, said: "It's changed my life around completely.
"I used to be housebound. I was stuck in the house 24/7.
"Since I have come here, I have started doing volunteer work.
"I have had the chance to meet more people, go to new places and it's just brilliant.
"It has totally helped me to get back on my feet."
The Daylight Club held many fundraising events to raise the money, with £10,000 donated from Hertfordshire County Council, and £5,000 from the Harpenden Trust.
Salpi said the club is always looking for volunteers, and new members are always welcome.
If you are interested in joining or helping out, you can call Salpi on 01727 827667, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
St Albans & Harpenden Review, 25th February 2009