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RSVP
(Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) makes volunteering easy.  Are you 55 or over and want to volunteer in
Kendall County?  Check out these
volunteer opportunities:



  • NEW
    *** Salvation Army Red Kettle Bell Ringers, Oswego IL:
    Volunteers
    needed to ring the bell and collect donations at Jewel-Osco, Route 30 and
    Douglas in Oswego.  Two hour time windows
    are available starting at 9am and ending at 5pm.  Volunteers needed Dec 2nd through
    Dec 24th.  Donations collected
    support families and individuals in need in the communities in which the
    donations are raised.



  • Transportation
    Drivers
    :  Kendall and Southern
    Kane Counties.  Good drivers needed to
    drive seniors to necessary appointments such as doctor visits, pharmacy or
    grocery shopping.



  • Meals
    on Wheels
    :  Kitchen and Prep
    helpers or meal delivery drivers at Meals on Wheels Yorkville location.  Mornings Monday-Friday.  Drivers needed in Plano, Oswego, Yorkville,
    Boulder Hill.

  •  Caring Hands Thrift Store, Yorkville:
    Organize donations, run cash register, greet customers, organize books.  Set your own schedule!

  • At
    Senior Services Associates, Yorkville:
     
    A health and wellness trainer is needed.  Be trained on health and fitness education
    classes and with a goal of becoming a co-trainer At Senior Services
    Yorkville.  Training is required and
    provided, class times will be built around your availability.

  • Nursing
    Home Ombudsman
    :  Kendall and Kane
    Counties.  Be a Citizen Representative at
    an assigned nursing home.  Hears concerns
    from residents and is trained on how to escalate concerns to an Ombudsman
    Supervisor.  Training required and
    provided.  Various locations throughout
    Fox Valley.









 



Join RSVP today. Contact Kathy
Bjerrum, Retired and Senior Volunteer Coordinator at 630-553-5777 or e-mail her
at
kbjerrum@seniorservicesassoc.org for details.

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