If you just can’t wait until Sunday morning to hear Janet and Emily and Andre on iHeart radio talk about volunteering and competing at the upcoming Northern Virginia Senior Olympics, take a listen today to RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki’s appearance with NVSO gold medalist and RSVP volunteer Carol Mackela (center) one of the
The Reston Farmers market is a weekly event that offers as much personality and fellowship as it does food.
RSVP Northern Virginia will hold a free seminar on senior volunteerism, Tuesday, July 31, at 10:30 a.m., at the Kingstowne Library in the Alexandria Area of Fairfax County. The one-hour event is free and open to the public. RSVP is the region’s largest volunteer network for people 55-years-old and better and provides individualized support to
RSVP Northern Virginia will hold a seminar on senior volunteerism, Tuesday, July 17, at 3:30 p.m., at the Lorton Library. The one-hour event is free and open to the public.
Denise (Dee) Mackie-Smith has played a major role as a volunteer to help those seeking affordable housing and employment in the City of Alexandria and along the Route 1 Corridor in Fairfax County.
RSVP Northern Virginia will be holding a free Bocce Picnic and Play event, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2018, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Green Acres Center in the City of Fairfax. RSVP, the region’s largest volunteer group for those 55-years-young and better, serves more than 30 of the top nonprofits and government agencies
Have you read the July 2018 edition of the Fairfax County Golden Gazette? You can download a PDF copy by going to http://www.rsvpnova.org and click on the “In the News” tab where you will see a link for the Golden Gazette download. The Gazette is one of the best sources for senior news in Fairfax
Each month the RSVP team hits the microphone to talk about some of the features of Carly’s fantastic e-newsletter where you can find out about all the great RSVP opportunities and events. Here is the link to the podcast for the July audio newsletter
“When I retired I knew I wanted to volunteer, says RSVP Northern Virginia volunteer Pat Dubois. “ I wasn’t sure what opportunities really suited me,” the Falls Church resident says.
“I just cannot say enough about how much volunteering has benefited me,” says RSVP Northern Virginia volunteer Sue Dussinger.
“I love to help others,” says Ken Kozloff, RSVP volunteer. “I enjoy volunteering with RSVP, not only for what I do as a volunteer, but also for the social aspect of working with other people.”