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RSVP Holiday Volunteer Guide Podcast

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

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Help prepare students for the global economy at JA Finance Park

School is back in session in Northern Virginia and  our friends at Junior Achievement Finance Park need your help! 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

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An Inspiring NVSO story : Joyce Tobias

Each fall our volunteers are inspired  by the folks who take part in the Northern Virginia Senior Olympics.  This year will be no different. Multi-gold medal winner Joyce Tobias is in training for the 2018 NVSO that takes place September 15-26. Registration for the ’18 games ends Aug. 24 at http://www.nvso.us Joyce and her story

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“Make a difference today for someone who is fighting for their tomorrow,” Jim Kelly.

If you did not see Jim Kelly’s moving speech last night during the ESPY awards on ABC, you should. Below is the video of the speech which is posted on YouTube. Whether it’s “ask not what your country can do for you”  or “I have spoken of a thousand points of light,”  once in a while

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Janet Garber, Arlington RSVP’er of the Year

Arlington Cares, celebration of volunteerism, held by Volunteer Arlington, is scheduled to take place a week from today, Tuesday, July 24, 2018, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association,4301 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington At this free event, Volunteer Arlington will recognize its 2018 award winners as well as community volunteers

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