RSVP honored its volunteers on Tuesday at the beautiful Burke Lake Park where RSVP held its annual Volunteer Recognition event.
Thirty volunteers who donated a grand total of 4,000 hours of their time and talents over the past 12 months were recognized with The President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Congratulations to all of our President’s Volunteer Service Award honorees and thank you to all of our incredible volunteers who volunteer all year long to make Northern Virginia a better place.
RSVP would like to thank all the volunteers who helped put this event together and made it a success. A special thanks also goes out to the staff of Burke Lake Park who went out of its way to make sure the day (which included a pontoon boat tour of the lake) went smoothly.
Below you will see a gallery of photos by RSVP volunteer Ron Staley and RSVP outreach specialist Rob Paine showcasing the sites and events (including the awards luncheon) seen during the big event Tuesday.
Volunteer Fairfax CEO Steve Mutty handed out the President’s Volunteer Service Award certificates to the award winners who attended the picnic. Steve also shared some of his culinary expertise with our volunteers.
Keith O’Connor, park manager at Burke Lake, spoke about the great volunteer opportunities available at Burke Lake. If you are interested in volunteer at the park, please contact Rob at RSVP at 703-403-5360.
RSVP-Northern Virginia is a program of Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington and Volunteer Alexandria.
RSVP- Northern Virginia offers more than 300 meaningful opportunities that include helping seniors age in place, assisting local food pantries, and teaching financial literacy. RSVP also recruits volunteers for various community events including the upcoming Northern Virginia Senior Olympics.
Each RSVP member receives personalized support from our volunteer specialist who helps matches our volunteers with meaningful, social, convenient and fun volunteer experiences. This is a free service provided to all those 55 and better in RSVP’s service area.
RSVP volunteers enjoy flexible schedules, free accident and liability insurance while serving, optional mileage and meal reimbursement and are invited to volunteer group service projects and social gatherings.
Volunteering with RSVP is healthy, social and fun.
To learn more about RSVP, please visit www.rsvpnova.org.
RSVP-Northern Virginia is a program of Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Alexandria and Volunteer Arlington.