Introducing our next RSVP VSA nominee: Robbie Mosley.
Despite the fact that Robbie Mosley couldn’t volunteer at all the organizations he normally does due to the pandemic, he still served over 170 hours with Britepaths and United Community.
As a financial tutor at Britepaths, he empowers clients to be more self-sufficient and develop the skills for financial empowerment.
Mentoring financial literacy isn’t just about creating and maintaining a budget, but about improved decision-making skills. Careful analysis of everyday behaviors is necessary, and often hard and thought-provoking. Often, its easy for clients to feel shame, to not reach out due to pride. But with the people Robbie serves, he helps them fight against those notions. He guides his clients into discovering that little actions day to day, can accomplish a whole lot.
Robbie’s service isn’t limited to Britepaths. He’s a regular at United Community too, helping fight food insecurity in the time it is on the rise. David Anderson, Food Warehouse Operations Manager at United Community said of Robbie: “Robbie always has a pleasant disposition. Not only is he punctual, but willing to do anything he is asked. Every day after he works upon completion of the normal responsibilities he asks if there is anything else he can do. Robbie is a self-starter and motivated to completing tasks assigned him. I greatly appreciate his level of professionalism and pleasant demeanor.”
We thank Robbie Mosley for his service to the community. He shows that when people care, and they work as part of a team, positive change happens.
Thank you, Robbie, from the bottom of our hearts at RSVP-Northern Virginia.