Volunteers Improve Ulster Co Quality of Life!
RSVP Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, August 12, 2014, Wiltwyck Golf
reward our volunteers annually at a Luncheon and Awards Ceremony.
This year we are at Wiltwyck Golf Club on Tuesday, August 12, 2014.
We need your reservation to hold a place for you. Please note: Volunteers
pay $5 to reserve their spot (The luncheon is free) All others are
required to pay $25 including guests.
to the Awards Event Download
Volunteers Make A Difference in Ulster County
new generation of older Americans is like no other generation before
it. The RSVP Volunteer Program is like no other volunteer program.
CEO Wendy Spencer
talks about volunteers making a difference on MLK Day
RSVP, adults age 55 and older receive unique opportunities to share
their life skills and experience to help improve the lives of their
neighbors. Now celebrating 30 years of service, RSVP is a one-of-a-kind
network that offers adults a wide variety of ways to volunteer,
from tutoring and mentoring children, counseling small businesses,
assisting at health clinics, to teaching others to use the internet.
Other RSVP volunteers distribute food to their community's homeless
or volunteer at a variety of one-time local events.
RSVP Volunteer Program of Ulster County is funded, in part, by the
Corporation for National and Community Service and is a unit of
the Senior Service Corps. We are sponsored locally by Ulster County
Community College. Other funding assistance has come from the New
York Office for the Aging, Robert Wood Johnson, Faith in Action,
Ulster County Legislature, Ulster County Tourism and from local
businesses. We are members of the National Association of RSVP Directors,
The New York State Senior Service Corps Association and the Northeast
New York Caregivers Consortium
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