Various Volunteer Opportunities Available in York County
RSVP of the Capital Region is seeking volunteers age 55 and older to fill many opportunities in York County.
Volunteer Spotlight: Army Veteran Now Supports Hero Care Network
Robert Petrie has served in a variety of roles with the American Red Cross since 2017. As a Hero Care Network family contact card caseworker, he ensures military families know they are supported during the critical times of entering the military and preparing for deployment.
Volunteer Spotlight: Community Service Led to Healthier, Happier Life
Lebanon resident Patricia Miller, 71, has been an RSVP volunteer serving in Lebanon County for nine years with Compeer, providing companionship to those in need; four years with PROBE, where she helps with fundraising activities and baking; and one year with Caring Calls, making calls since COVID-19 began to elderly shut-in clients.
Volunteers Needed in York County
RSVP – York County is seeking volunteers 55 and over for more than 20 organizations.
Food Bank Volunteers Needed
RSVP – York County is seeking volunteers 55 and over for the York County Food Bank in York.
Blood Donor Ambassador Volunteers Needed
RSVP – York County is seeking volunteers 55 and over as blood donor ambassadors for the American Red Cross in York.
Theater Looking for Volunteer Help
RSVP – York County is seeking volunteers 55 and over for the Appell Center for the Performing Arts in the city of York.
Volunteer Spotlight: Helpline Thanks its ‘Designated Hitter’
Dave Hunter is a loyal Orioles baseball fan. You will see him sporting his team’s hats, shirts, and jerseys. When he relocated to the Harrisburg area from Maryland, he did not abandon his favorite baseball club, but he did join another team.
Volunteer Spotlight: Volunteer Honored for 35 Years of Service
Connie Gruber has been a volunteer with CONTACT Helpline for 35 plus years. She tried to retire from the Helpline, but that didn’t last!