RSVP Northern Virginia is planning something big for Nov. 1 at Frying Pan Park in Herndon. If you are 55 or better and want to be part of the largest senior volunteer group around in time for this fun event, please sign up for our next orientation near Herndon taking place in Reston, Sept.20. You
Category: Making a difference
“I want to do something that is going to help somebody,” Frank Pallone, RSVP volunteer.
Each fall our volunteers are inspired by the folks who take part in the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics. This year will be no different. Multi-gold medal winner Joyce Tobias is in training for the 2018 NVSO that takes place September 15-26. Registration for the ’18 games ends Aug. 24 at http://www.nvso.us Joyce and her story
If you did not see Jim Kelly’s moving speech last night during the ESPY awards on ABC, you should. Below is the video of the speech which is posted on YouTube. Whether it’s “ask not what your country can do for you” or “I have spoken of a thousand points of light,” once in a while
With only six weeks before the NVSO’s Aug. 24 registration deadline, RSVP-Northern Virginia program manager Janet Davison, right, Northern Virginia Senior Olympics vice chair Andre Francis, center and Volunteer Fairfax chief operating officer Emily Swenson, left, took to the airwaves of iHeartMedia DC/Baltimore on Sunday, July 15, to spread the word on opportunities available to both
In this short RSVP Northern Virginia Podcast, RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki discusses the important role that senior volunteers play in the Northern Virginia community. To learn more about RSVP or to sign up for an upcoming new volunteer information session, please visit http://www.rsvpnova.org or call 703-403-5360. RSVP Northern Virginia is a program of Volunteer
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.
“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.