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Sign up Early to be a Volunteer Income Tax Assistant This Upcoming Season

VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) provides free tax preparation to qualified individuals and families in Northern Virginia. This program run by the Fairfax County Department of Family Services needs volunteers to help with: Providing tax preparation Online tax coaching Social media outreach IT support Greeters, screeners, and language interpreters, including ASL No experience necessary, as

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Adopt-a-Home: Holiday Edition with CRi

Volunteer to serve people with developmental disabilities and mental health needs with CRi Help Decorate Residents’ homes for Halloween, Thanksgiving, & the Holiday Season! For the past 45 years, CRi (Choice. Respect. Independence) has provided resources to people with developmental disabilities and mental health needs, as well as services for at-risk youth who are homeless,

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NVSO Opening Day: A Successful Kick-Off

After a one year hiatus, the 2021 Northern Virginia Senior Olympics (NVSO) is back in action! Volunteers arrived early, getting a quick “just-in time training” from RSVP Volunteer Leader Ken Kozloff. From there, volunteers kept time, manned tables, and more as participants readied themselves around the track at Thomas Jefferson Community Center in Arlington. After

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NVSO Calling for Volunteers: High Need for Opening Day

Northern Virginia Senior Olympics (NVSO) is the tradition you and your family haven’t known you’ve wanted to join! This great event occurring September 18-30th promotes health, fitness, and psychological well-being for senior adults by providing opportunities for participation, competition, self-improvement, and fellowship through various athletic and recreational events. Volunteers are the backbone to NVSO. They

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Insight Memory Care Center Searching for Volunteers to Assist at Day 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. Currently, IMCC is looking for in-person,

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