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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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Start the New Year by reading the January 2019 RSVP newsletter

Welcome to 2019! The team at RSVP-Northern Virginia is excited to start the new year and we have several great events scheduled for you to enjoy.  There is no better way to stay up to date on everything RSVP than checking out our  January 2019 newsletter.  Whether you are a long time RSVP’er, new to the

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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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RSVP to hold info session Jan. 10, in Fairfax

RSVP-Northern Virginia will hold a seminar on volunteering in retirement, Thursday, Jan 10, at 3:30 p.m., at University Mall in Fairfax. The one-hour event is free and open to the public. RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program), the region’s largest volunteer network for people 55-years-old and better, provides personalized support to seniors who are seeking

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The January Golden Gazette

Have you seen the newest edition of the Golden Gazette? Produced monthly by RSVP Northern Virginia’s friends at Fairfax County’s Adult and Aging Services,  the Golden Gazette is one of the best  sources of information for seniors and retirees in the area. To read the December edition please click  Golden Gazette – January 2019

Help students learn the art of managing money at JA Finance Park in Fairfax

Junior Achievement, an organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy, needs more volunteers at Finance Park, conveniently located in Central Fairfax. If you have not been to Finance Park, prepared to be wowed. The total time commitment is 5 hours, including a 1-hour training the morning of your scheduled volunteer day. You

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Spread the Love with RSVP-Northern Virginia, Feb. 12

Please save the date of Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019, as RSVP-Northern Virginia has another of its great Valentine’s Day celebrations in the works.  More details coming later this  week. Stay tuned…. In the meantime visit http://www.rsvpnova.org to catch up on some of our latest offerings. RSVP-Northern Virginia is a program of Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer  Arlington

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Moving Day for RSVP – Northern Virginia

Today the moving truck pulled up to the old bungalow on 10530 Page Avenue in the City of Fairfax, as the headquarters of  RSVP-Northern Virginia along with the headquarters of RSVP’s host and one of its  partner programs/sponsors, Volunteer Fairfax, were moved to  new offices, further down the street  at 10700 Page Avenue in the

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Thank You December Monthly Group Service Project Volunteers!

RSVP – Northern Virginia would like to thank all the volunteers who took part in our RSVP Monthly Group Service Project at Cornerstones in Reston last week! Our volunteers helped prepare donated gifts that were distributed the next day,  part of Cornerstones’ annual “Gifts for Kids” Drive. In photo at top of post, from left,

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Thank you RSVP Engagement Leaders!

Story and Photos by Rob Paine, RSVP-Northern Virginia Monday night RSVP staff and our volunteer  engagement  leaders  gathered in Fairfax City to  celebrate the great accomplishments achieved by our  RSVP volunteer engagement team over the past year. Happy Holidays from RSVP Northern Virginia! RSVP engagement leaders fill many roles from managing volunteers at larger events

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