RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) of King County and Solid Ground wishes our volunteers, the community, and YOU a safe and happy Older Americans Month.
Read more to find out about some of our amazing RSVP volunteers:
- Sue and Jim Laurenti support people in their homes.
- Arlene Hing-Loh supports low-income families learn how to cook healthy food on a budget.
- Lil Hayashi provides heart and compassion through her many volunteer roles.
We know this is a challenging time; we also want to acknowledge that many have felt alone or isolated even before the present health concerns created by the pandemic.
Whether it’s playing board games, spring cleaning, singing, gardening, scrapbooking, hosting virtual dinner parties, tele-volunteering, or engaging in another new or favorite hobby, we are all learning and practicing ways to stay active and engaged at home.
We may just pick up a healthy habit to practice long after this time of staying home passes. We are all in this together, whatever our age and wherever we are.
Solid Ground recognizes and honors the wisdom and life experiences of the Older Americans in our region. Here are just a few the 895 RSVP volunteers who contributed close to 114,000 hours of service in Seattle/King County in 2019!
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