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Category: Volunteering

SHINE Counselor Volunteer Opportunity

You know your community best! That’s why we want your help to support your neighbors as they enroll in Medicare for the first time, review plan options, or troubleshoot problems. Your local SHINE program has an opportunity for you to train to be a certified SHINE counselor. As a SHINE counselor, you give back to…
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New Year’s Resolutions (2022)

Dec 31, 2021 As we bid farewell to 2021, many of us review our lives and make New Year’s resolutions to improve ourselves.  Most resolutions center around physical well-being and health (i.e., weight loss, regular exercise, eliminating bad habits, etc.) or financial improvement (i.e., paying off debt, saving more money, increasing income, etc.).  Volunteering is…
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Medical Transportation Drivers Needed

Aug 26, 2021 Volunteer Drivers needed – Find your purpose! SeniorCare is actively seeking kind-hearted Volunteer Drivers to provide transportation to medical appointments for our older neighbors. Volunteers are especially needed in Beverly, Gloucester & Rockport. Schedule is Flexible; the volunteers let us know what days and times they’re available. Volunteers willing to drive to…
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Thank You Volunteers

May 3, 2021 As National Volunteer Month comes to a close, we wish to say “Thank You” to our volunteers just one more time with a special video message. Thank you to volunteers Jonathan Golding and Amit Agarwal for their assistance in creating this video. Thank you also to BevCam for the loan of video…
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Thanking Our Volunteers!

Apr 20, 2021 As a part of National Volunteer Appreciation Month, SeniorCare and RSVP Volunteers of the North Shore wanted to send our volunteers a special thank you. Typically, we have an annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, where our 400+ volunteers are invited to a celebration of their impact on our communities. However, in 2020 and…
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National Volunteer Month (2021)

Apr 9, 2021 April is National Volunteer Month. This began as a celebration to honor the contribution women made on the home front during World War II. After the war, interest resurged in the late 1960s and early 1970s and April became National Volunteer Month as part of President George H.W. Bush’s 1000 Points of…
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COVID-19 Resiliency Grant Fund

Mar 31, 2021 COVID-19 has created challenges for many of the nonprofits and public agencies across Massachusetts to meet the needs of their communities. The pandemic and the resulting economic shutdown have had significant effects on the services, operations, and people working and serving in the nonprofit sector. In particular, organizations that manage volunteers are…
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March for Meals

Mar 19, 2021 Hunger is a very real problem in the United States.  In 2019, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reported that 10.5% of all U.S. households are “food insecure.”  Food insecure is defined as uncertain of having, or unable to acquire, enough food to meet the needs of all the members of a household…
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March For Meals 2021

SeniorCare’s annual celebration of March for Meals– acknowledging the importance of the Meals on Wheels program and the many people who make it possible. In 2021, this celebration looks a little different, but the importance of Meals on Wheels is greater than ever– ensuring that home bound elders receive a nutritious meal and a friendly…
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Community Service on the North Shore

Feb 26, 2021 If you watch the evening news, you might think that the world is going to hell in the proverbial hand-basket.  But, I see a different world when I look at our community.  I see generosity. I see hard work. I see goodness of spirit. Recently, I read a report that said that…
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