Where Volunteers Make a Difference

Veterans who are continuing their tradition of service as RSVP volunteers will be honored at a special luncheon on November 10. Over 150 veterans serve as RSVP volunteers. They help their communities by transporting other vets to medical appointments; serving at Dryhooch, the Vet's coffee shop; and working at the VA Hospital and other community organizations.  Attendees will receive a commemorative pin from the national RSVP organization as part of a national Veteran's Day recognition effort.  For more information about the event, contact Tom Poppe at RSVP, at 238-7901, or through email at .

 

Volunteers Tell Us

Provides Structure to My Days
“Volunteering has put me in touch with people I would not have normally met. Introduced me to others from different cultural backgrounds. Helped provide structure to my days.”
- RSVP Volunteer