To register for one of RSVP’s free “Art of Volunteering in Retirement” seminars, please scroll to our sign up links below. Our next seminar will be in Southern Fairfax County, Feb. 27
Volunteering with RSVP is Healthy, Social and Fun
Volunteers choose where, when, and how often they want to serve. RSVP volunteers, in sharing their wisdom, experience, and talents with the community, are making a difference by expanding the reach of more than 40 nonprofit and government agencies in Northern Virginia. RSVP-Northern Virginia is sponsored by Volunteer Fairfax in partnership with Volunteer Arlington and Volunteer Alexandria. RSVP is a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS).
Share your wisdom and experience to make a difference
RSVP-Northern Virginia (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program), is the region’s largest volunteer program for those 55 and better. RSVP-Northern Virginia’s personalized volunteer matching service offers more than 300 convenient short- and long-term opportunities to its volunteer base.
Not yet a volunteer with RSVP-Northern Virginia?
You can register to attend one of our upcoming free seminars on “The Art of Volunteering in Retirement” including ones taking place Feb. 27 in the Alexandria Area of Fairfax County, by scrolling to our sign up links below or by calling RSVP at 703-403-5360. Find out why volunteering with RSVP is “Healthy, Social and Fun.”
Read our February monthly e-news by clicking February 2020 RSVP E-news
Thank you for making MLK Day Jan. 20, 2020, “A Day on, not a day off ” with RSVP
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
RSVP-Northern Virginia, a program of Volunteer Fairfax, Volunteer Arlington and Volunteer Alexandria, took part in several volunteer events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. day, Monday, Jan. 20, 2020. To read more about RSVP’s involvement supporting these great events put on by its partners, please visit RSVP and the MLK National Day of Service 2020
What is the “Art of Volunteering?”
“The art of successful volunteering in retirement is finding an experience that is fun, social, convenient and meaningful,” says Brandi Morris, RSVP’s program manager. “RSVP specializes in personally helping folks find their niche so they can fully utilize their interests and talents in retirement.”
“RSVP takes an innovative and creative approach to personally matching its volunteers with their ideal opportunities,” Brandi says.