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RSVP Program (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program)

The RSVP Program (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) is part of the Corporation for National and Community Service, the federal domestic volunteer agency. It's sponsored by the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio, Inc. The RSVP Program provides a program through which older adults (age 55 and over) contribute their time, talent and expertise to volunteer in their own communities. Its volunteers number nearly half a million nationwide, serving non-profit organizations by giving 64 million hours of service each year.

Register with the RSVP Program and join seniors, 55 and over who volunteer and benefit from mileage re-imbursement, volunteer insurance, and recognition activities. Call 419-382-0624 for information about the following service opportunities and learn about many additional volunteer service positions that may suit your interests and lifestyle.

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  • “It makes my day doing something nice for someone else, instead of just thinking of myself.”

    Josephine Cleaves, RSVP Patrol Volunteer

  • “We have goals of staying active through volunteerism and helping those in need. The RSVP Program helps us interact with new people and take on projects that make a positive difference in our community.”

    Walt and Carol Tylicki, RSVP Program Volunteers

Opioid and Pain Management Social

December 03, 2018

The Margaret Hunt Senior Center is hosting an Opioid and Pain Management Social targeted for older adults. Discussions will include common pain across all ages, are drugs the answer, embarrassment and shame and where to go for help. Keynote speakers will be Senior Advocate Sam Burnett, Sheriff John Tharp and ...

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