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NEWS from RSVP-Northern Virginia

Volunteer Fairfax is excited to announce that is has once again been awarded the AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP grant from the AmeriCorps federal agency to support RSVP volunteers serving in Fairfax County, Arlington County, and Alexandria City, where RSVP-Northern Virginia has been providing service opportunities in partnership with Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington, and Volunteer Alexandria, for

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Virtual & In-Person Volunteer Opportunities with FACETS: Tutors & Office Help Needed

Since 1988, the non-profit organization, FACETS has been fighting to alleviate issues coinciding with poverty in Fairfax County. Programs include: Preventing and Ending Homelessness Hot Meals Food Distribution Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program Housing Services Just this past year, the education and community development program reached 1,817 people, including serving over 500 children with youth

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Virtual and/or In-Person with Precautions: Multiple Volunteer Opportunities with Shepherd’s Center Fairfax & Burke (SCFB)

The Shepherd’s Center has a vision: A World Without Loneliness. To achieve that vision, they work hard to ensure that as members of the community age, they do so with dignity and experience a high quality of life. Services include health advocacy, decluttering advice, food pick-up and delivery, and friendly callers and visitors, including to

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Food For Others Offering Multiple Volunteer Opportunities to Help Combat Food Insecurity

In-Person, masks required, social distance practiced. Since 1995, Food For Others has acted as a safety net for those in Northern Virginia needing food during emergency, as well as the growing number of working poor needing to supplement inadequate food supplies. The COVID-19 pandemic has further exasperated hardships for thousands of families across what is

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In-Person: Help Cornerstones Process up to 12,000 lbs of Food Donations Saturday, February 6th in Reston

Cornerstones has been a pillar in the DMV for nearly 50 years. Families living in this region, with its notoriously high cost of living, can struggle to overcome tough economic times. Through services like Housing Food Financial assistance Child and youth services Community and family strengthening Community resource centers. With the food insecurity on the

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Two Virtual Volunteer Opportunities with Insight Memory Care Center

Since 1984, Insight Memory Care Center (IMCC) has been striving to help those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments achieve the highest quality of life. Through a nonprofit adult day health and resource center, individuals, their families, and caregivers are provided with specialized care, support, and education. While COVID-19 has affected the ability

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