Tag: retired volunteers

September is just getting rolling at RSVP

The Northern Virginia Senior Olympics kicked off its annual two weeks of competition this past weekend with the great support of RSVP volunteers.  It is just the beginning of a busy four weeks full of great RSVP volunteer opportunities.  Thank you everyone for helping! The games continue thru Sept 28 and we still have some

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RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteer innovates to help local special needs students

By Rob Paine, RSVP Northern Virginia Outreach and Marketing Specialist  Lead photo by Bob Baker RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteer Ken Kozloff doesn’t just enjoy leaving his comfort zone, he thrives on it. Ken Kozloff began his volunteer career before retirement. The Springfield, Va., resident who turned 72 in August, says he had no experience working with

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RSVP on the iHeart Sunday

Volunteer sign up has begun for the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics and RSVP’s Rob Paine and NVSO multi-gold medal winner and bocce player Nick Garito of Fairfax will be on several local iHeart Radio stations on Sunday, July 7, to talk about the games and why you should get involved not only as a competitor

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Please welcome our newest RSVP Partner : The American Red Cross of the National Capital Region

RSVP-Northern Virginia would like to welcome The American Red Cross of the National Capital Region as its newest work station partner! Based in Merrifield, Va., The American Red Cross of the National Capital Region offers a variety of volunteer opportunities to RSVP members including those that support the Red Cross’ disaster response work, its administrative

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RSVP on iHeart – You can listen here!

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.

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