Monday night RSVP staff and our volunteer engagement leaders gathered in Fairfax City to celebrate the great accomplishments achieved by our RSVP volunteer engagement team over the past year. Happy Holidays from RSVP Northern Virginia! RSVP engagement leaders fill many roles from managing volunteers at larger events to staffing outreach tables at fairs and festivals.
Are you or is someone you know nearing retirement and wondering “What am I going to do with the rest of my life?” Listen to RSVP-Northern Virginia‘s Carly Hubicki and RSVP volunteer engagement leader Ken Kozloff talk about how RSVP can help answer this big question during their appearance on Sunday’s iHeartMedia DC/Baltimore public affairs program.
Have you heard the newest RSVP NOVA podcast featuring the 2018 RSVP Holiday Volunteering Guide ? The holiday season is a great time for giving back and RSVP Northern Virginia’s Holiday Volunteering Guide is a great tool to help you find meaningful volunteer opportunities. This short podcast found here features RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki
“Seeing how some residents’ faces light up when they see Olive is amazing, it’s so freeing,” Martin says, as he describes how rewarding volunteering with Pets on Wheels is.
Thanks to RSVP Northern Virginia you can easily choose from dozens of holiday volunteer opportunities available through our partner agencies and nonprofits conveniently located throughout Northern Virginia by reading the 2018-19 Holiday Volunteering Guide Whether it is making sure children in need have holiday gifts and food in Alexandria or if it’s helping out a carriage
Junior Achievement, an organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, needs more volunteers at Finance Park, conveniently located in Central Fairfax. If you have not been to Finance Park, prepared to be wowed. The total time commitment is 5 hours, including a 1-hour training the morning of your scheduled volunteer day. You
RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki has published the December 2018 RSVP NOVA monthly newsletter. You can read the entire e-news edition by clicking here. This newsletter has great info for current RSVP volunteers and for those considering making the fun leap into volunteering. To hear an abridged version of the newsletter on Soundcloud.com,
We hope everyone had a great weekend. Happy December! This morning we would like to share a few minutes of RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki and RSVP’s Rob Paine talking about all the great events and opportunities RSVP has in store for current and future RSVP volunteers this month. You can listen to the audio
As part of Volunteer Arlington’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, RSVP Northern Virginia will hold free information sessions on senior volunteering at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Monday, Jan 21, 2019. The sessions will begin at 10 a.m. and run continuously until approximately noon with each session lasting about 45 minutes. The event
As we near the end of the month, we would like to take a final look at our successful November RSVP group service project and meet and greet at Frying Pan Farm, November 1, in Herndon. For information and to register for our next RSVP Monthly Group Service project taking place December 13, at Conerstones
Thank you to everyone who attended Carly’s RSVP NOVA info session for new volunteers in Burke Centre earlier this week. For those who live in Alexandria or in the nearby Mount Vernon section of Fairfax County, Carly will be holding another free seminar on senior volunteerism, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, from 10:30 AM to 11:30
The Historic Sites Volunteer Corps is looking for volunteers to help with a landscape clean-up at Lane’s Mill, Saturday, Nov. 10 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Located at the confluence of two streams, this cultural site is at risk of further damage by flood waters. Clearing the overgrowth and invasive plants will help the