Thank you to all the wonderful RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteers who helped make events taking place in and around Monday’s Martin Luther King, Jr. National Day of Service a big success. As RSVP-Northern Virginia is a program of Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington and Volunteer Alexandria, our volunteers and staff were mobilized to MLK Day weekend projects
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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
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
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
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
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 to staffing outreach tables at fairs and festivals.
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,
Are you or is someone you know nearing retirement and wondering “What am I going to do with the rest of my life?” Listen to RSVP-Northern Virginia‘s Carly Hubicki and RSVP volunteer engagement leader Ken Kozloff talk about how RSVP can help answer this big question during their appearance on Sunday’s iHeartMedia DC/Baltimore public affairs program.
As part of Volunteer Arlington’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, RSVP Northern Virginia will hold free information sessions on senior volunteering at Washington-Lee High School in Arlington, Monday, Jan 21, 2019. The sessions will begin at 10 a.m. and run continuously until approximately noon with each session lasting about 45 minutes. The event
As we near the end of the month, we would like to take a final look at our successful November RSVP group service project and meet and greet at Frying Pan Farm, November 1, in Herndon. For information and to register for our next RSVP Monthly Group Service project taking place December 13, at Conerstones
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