RSVP 2019 in Volunteer Images

Thank you sharing your time and talents! Today we would like to take a look back (with photos) of some of  great work you our volunteers did in 2019. These images do not represent the entire scope of your impact, just some of the amazing things you accomplished.    More about RSVP-Northern Virginia  RSVP-Northern Virginia,

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The staff RSVP-Northern Virginia wishes you a Happy Holiday Season!

Brandi, Tina, Shannon and Rob would like to with everyone a very happy holiday season. We would also  like to thank all of our volunteers and partners for all their great work. Thanks to you sharing your time, talents and ideas, our community is a better place in so many ways. Thank you and have a

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RSVP’s Hawaiian Holiday Sing-Along at Insight Memory Care

RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteers lead by Carol Leonlani Takafuji and the The Hawai‘i State Society of Washington, D.C. ʻUkulele Hui spread holiday cheer at the Insight Memory Care Center in Fairfax, Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019. The  event was one of RSVP’s December group service projects. The band and RSVP volunteers sang holiday carols with participants at

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RSVP-Northern Virginia to hold Art of Volunteering Seminar, Jan. 15

Make Friday The 13th your lucky day and sign up for RSVP-Northern Virginia’s free Art of Volunteering in Retirement seminar. RSVP-Northern Virginia is offering a free seminar titled “The Art of Volunteering in Retirement,”  Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020, at 10:30  a.m., at new Bailey’s Crossroads Community Shelter. The one-hour event is free and open to the

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Thank you RSVP volunteers for making a difference!

Photos by RSVP-Northern Virginia Volunteer Specialist Shannon White and RSVP Program Manager Brandi Morris. Thank you to our RSVP volunteers who took part in one of our December group service projects , Wednesday,  Dec. 11, 2019, at Volunteer Fairfax headquarters in the City of Fairfax. Six volunteers assembled more than 150 food power packs that

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Meet Volunteer Alexandria’s Alexandria RSVP-Northern Virginia Volunteer of the Year

RSVP-Northern Virginia would like to congratulate Mary Kay Wallk, who  last week was named Volunteer Alexandria’s 2019 RSVP-Northern Virginia Volunteer of the Year. Mary Kay regularly volunteers with Community Lodgings, a nonprofit dedicated to helping homeless and low-income families through a variety of affordable and transitional housing options. Community Lodgings also  offers youth education programs

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Learn about the importance of senior volunteerism on iHeart Radio

RSVP-Northern Virginia was featured on our local DC Area iHeart radio stations Sunday as part of iHeart’s community affairs series.  In case you missed it, would like to listen to the show again or if you would like to share this short program with friends, please click here RSVP on iHeart Community.  RSVP-Northern Virginia Program

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RSVP on iHeart, Sunday, Dec. 8

RSVP-Northern Virginia will be featured on our local DC Area iHeart radio stations Sunday morning, Dec. 8, as part of iHeart’s community affairs series. The program will run at 6:00 am on 97.1 WASH, 98.7 WMZQ, HOT 99-5, and at 7:00 am on Big 100 and DC101. Rob Paine will be interviewing  RSVP-Northern Virginia Program Manager Brandi

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RSVP supports Holiday Carriage rides at Reston Town Center

Photos by RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteer Christine Gill RSVP would like to send a big thank you to all the RSVP’ers who volunteered at the Reston Town Center’s carriage ride event November 29.  You will have one more opportunity to help spread the holiday cheer in Reston with RSVP on the weekend of Dec. 21 and

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Senior Volunteer Jim Waller makes a difference

We are pleased to tell you that the  RSVP-Northern Virginia  podcast has returned after a short hiatus.  Our newest podcast features an interview with RSVP volunteer Jim Waller of Fairfax. To listen to RSVP’s Rob Paine interview Jim please click RSVP Volunteer Podcast.  Also featured in this podcast is Amy Tristan, volunteer and outreach coordinator

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