The Dundalk Eagle
County Department of Aging honors volunteers
BALTIMORE COUNTY— Baltimore County Department of Aging (BCDA) had a blast celebrating their Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteers at the Ateaze Senior Center Council on Friday. This was one of three regional events being held, with social distancing practices, to honor the volunteers that have offered over 100 hours of ser vice last year to their local senior centers.
“The smiles of our dedicated volunteers and BCDA staff show how grateful we were to be together for this drive thru event,” BCDA said in a
RSVP of Baltimore County is composed of over 1,200 active senior volunteers, aged 55 or older, who are dedicated to making a difference in their communities by supporting local government agencies, nonprofit organizations, faithbased community ser vices and proprietar y health care organizations. RSVP volunteers are matched with volunteer stations based on areas of interest and skill. Volunteers are able to ser ve in one or more capacities, with the primar y focuses being on: healthy futures, education, economic empowerment and environmental stewardship.
RSVP volunteers uplift communities by allowing existing organizations to strengthen outreach and expand their community ser vices by providing much needed support from dedicated volunteers. If you would like to learn more about RSVP or how you can get involved, please call 410- 887- 3101 or email volunteers@ baltimorecountymd.gov. An online RSVP Volunteer Application ( PDF) can also be completed, printed, signed and submitted to: RSVP, 611 Central Avenue, Towson, Mar yland, 21204.
Our team has worked through the entire pandemic and we are super proud of them. They have truly adjusted to all the changes and sometimes inconveniences in a great way.