Tag: volunteer stories

Why do they RSVP?

  Are you 55 or better, living in Northern Virginia and  looking for volunteer experiences that are healthy, social, fun and convenient? Take a look at this 60 second video and find out why so many seniors and retirees in Northern Virginia are joining RSVP. For more info or to sign up for one of

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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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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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Learn why more Northern Virginia retirees are RSVP’ing

  Are you 55 or better, living in Northern Virginia and  looking for volunteer experiences that are healthy, social, fun and convenient? Take a look at this 60 second video and find out why so many seniors and retirees in Northern Virginia are joining RSVP. For more info or to sign up for one of

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RSVP volunteer says she gets more from volunteering than those she helps

Story and Photos by Rob Paine, RSVP-Northern Virginia marketing and outreach specialist “Volunteering is a good way to keep social,” says RSVP-Northern Virginia volunteer and engagement leader Sue Dussinger of Alexandria. “I have never in my life been a real ‘joiner’ but once you get into it (volunteering) you can’t stop. I love interacting with

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RSVP volunteer innovates to help 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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109-year-old NVSO medalist’s competitive spark still burns brightly

Last year Doris Woodring was the NVSO’s oldest competitor and oldest gold medal winner at 108.  She turned 109 in June and is currently honing her game to repeat her gold medal performance in Mexican Train Dominoes, September 19th, in Falls Church. Click photo for full story.