Cornerstones Has Something for Every Volunteer

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Un-stuff the bus, Reston, 3-5:00 p.m. on March 19th

Paper Shredding Event, Herndon, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. —March 26th,

SNAP at Market Assistant, Reston, —Saturday mornings starting March 30th  (We need a couple more leads for this one.  Need to be willing to be fingerprinted/background checked by Fairfax County to allow building access to set up for this one.)

Reston Farmers Market Gleaning—Saturdays starting April 30th

After School Homework Helpers in Reston, any day M-Th for remainder of school year.

ESL teacher for community program.  Remote and soon to be in-person, hopefully!  Reston.

COVID and all its variants have slowed progress in re-introducing volunteers to regular service at many program sites.  Outdoor events have proven to be popular and relatively safe as far as exposure and transmission. Virtual volunteering is still an option at places like after-school programs, and job readiness clinics.  Cornerstones has introduced two forms for all who are participating in volunteer service.  One is the Volunteer COVID 19 Information and Assumption of Risk, the other is the Cornerstones Visitor COVID19 Screening Form. Every person must be fully vaccinated in order to participate in any volunteer service with us.  This mandate is meant to keep volunteers, clients, and staff safe and ensure the continuity of services to our community.

For more information about Cornerstones or any of their opportunities, please contact RSVP Volunteer Specialist, Shannon White at

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