Put your life skills and experiences to work. Help make your community a better place to live while enriching the lives of others. Volunteering gives you the opportunity to try something different; meet interesting and diverse people; and gain new experiences.
The Atlanta Regional Commission can help you make a significant impact on the lives of those around you. Find out more about our volunteer opportunities and how to get started.
Need a speaker for your group?
The Aging in Place Speaker’s Bureau provides informative presentations that energize and empower older adults and those who care for them to make informed decisions about their future and protect the health and quality of their lives. Volunteers regularly speak at local faith based groups, civic organizations, neighborhood associations, and many other types of community groups.
Topics focus on issues import to older adults and can be tailored to meet specific needs of various groups and communities. Presentations are conducted by a group of trained volunteers who provide factual, unbiased information.
To learn more and request a speaker, please visit About the Speakers Bureau.
ARC's Volunteer and Special Programs Manager Kristie Sharp and RSVP volunteer extraordinaire Wilma Jenkins talked about the benefits of volunteering during Older Americans Month. Did you know that RSVP is the largest older adult volunteer organization in the nation?! Find out how you can become involved.
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