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RSVP programs get a boost from United Way

July 27, 2012
Daily Press

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Kathy Neurohr, Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) supervisor, at left, accepts a check for $3,500 from Julie Mallard, executive director of the United Way of Delta County. The funds were a grant from the 2011 United Way campaign. RSVP in Delta County works year-round to offer a network of volunteer opportunities that tap the rich experiences, skills and talents of people ages 55 and older to meet community challenges. A grant from the United Way of Delta County is helping RSVP match local volunteers to a wide variety of needs, including Reading Buddies in several elementary schools, assisting with food distributions, working at St. Vincent de Paul, doing office work for nonprofits and countless other tasks. Their efforts amount to thousands of hours of work for dozens of grateful organizations each year.

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