Category: podcasts

March RSVP Monthly Group Service Project : Food For Others, 03272019

RSVP-Northern Virginia will be partnering with Food for Others for our March group service project. We are in need of volunteers to help with organizing their food warehouse and packing food boxes. Despite living in one of the most prosperous regions in the country, there is great need. According to Food For Others, every day

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Volunteering to do “something that matters”

Yvonne Evans always knew she would do something after retiring from her career as a civil servant. “Something that matters,” she says. She did not want to start working again right away, so she searched the Internet for volunteer opportunities. “Something about RSVP resonated with me,” the Springfield resident says. “It was the 55 or

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Bingo in Falls Church with RSVP

Thank you to all of our volunteers who spread cheer earlier today at the Lewinsville Adult Day Health Care Center in Falls Church with our volunteer specialist  Carly Hubicki.  Our volunteers helped with today’s Bingo at the center and met with residents. Thank you to everyone who took part. Our photo above was taken by

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RSVP Volunteers Spread the Love in Falls Church

Story and Photos by Rob Paine, RSVP-Northern Virginia Love was in the air today at Chesterbrook Residences in Falls Church as close to 50 volunteers made almost 400 Valentine’s Day cards and care packages for local seniors during RSVP-Northern Virginia’s second annual Valentine’s Meet and Greet. The RSVP team would like to thank all of

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RSVP-Northern Virginia featured on Ingrid’s World

RSVP-Northern Virginia would like to thank Ingrid Parris-Hicklin for featuring RSVP on the latest episode of Ingrid’s World that aired earlier this month. The show is recorded at the studios of Fairfax Public Access in Merrifield, Va.  The episode  featuring RSVP can be viewed here. In the 12 minute segment, Ingrid chats with RSVP-Northern Virginia

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Happy New Year and welcome to RSVP’s new home :10700 Page Avenue, Fairfax

Welcome to the new home of RSVP Northern Virginia, (shown in photo above)  and it’s host partner Volunteer Fairfax, located at 10700 Page Avenue, (Suite 101) Fairfax, VA, 22030 In mid-December, a  moving truck pulled up to the old bungalow on 10530 Page Avenue in the City of Fairfax, as the headquarters of  RSVP-Northern Virginia

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December RSVP NOVA Newsletter is Here!

RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki has published the December  2018 RSVP NOVA monthly newsletter. You can read the entire e-news edition by clicking here.  This newsletter has great info for current RSVP volunteers and for those considering making the fun leap into volunteering.     To hear an abridged version of the newsletter on Soundcloud.com,

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Happy Monday! Get a sneak peak of the RSVP NOVA December E-newsletter

We hope everyone had a great weekend. Happy December! This morning we would like to share a few minutes of RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki and RSVP’s Rob Paine talking about all the great events and opportunities RSVP has in store for current and future RSVP volunteers this month. You can listen to the audio

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RSVP Holiday Volunteer Guide Podcast

Have you heard the newest RSVP NOVA podcast featuring the 2018 RSVP Holiday Volunteering Guide ? The holiday season is a great time for giving back and RSVP Northern Virginia’s Holiday Volunteering Guide is a great tool to help you find meaningful volunteer opportunities. This short podcast  found here  features RSVP volunteer specialist Carly Hubicki

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Volunteers Needed for Lane’s Mill Clean-Up

The Historic Sites Volunteer Corps is looking for volunteers to help with a landscape clean-up at Lane’s Mill, Saturday, Nov. 10 from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Located at the confluence of two streams, this cultural site is at risk of further damage by flood waters. Clearing the overgrowth and invasive plants will help the

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RSVP Northern Virginia Volunteer Photography Corps and NVSO 2018

This year, courtesy of  the new RSVP Northern Virginia Volunteer Photography Corps, which consisted of 17 volunteer photographers from the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at George Mason University, the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics enjoyed unparalleled photo coverage in addition to the great work it regularly receives from RSVP veteran photographer Ron Staley. RSVP would like

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