“I enjoy volunteering for our Auxiliary. It is so important to keep health care services local. While volunteering I meet so many interesting people and enjoy hearing their stories. I believe everyone needs to know we as volunteers care and are here for them.” Sue Edson, Chester River Hospital Center Auxiliary President
Two local Kent County nonprofit agencies recently joined the Upper Shore Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP). Kent Association of Riding Therapy (KART), and the Chester River Hospital Center Auxiliary have signed on to be a part of the RSVP volunteer network.
Per the Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism, volunteerism is strong in Maryland. According to a report on volunteering in the United States released by the Corporation for National and Community Service…
The Volunteers on the Shore senior volunteer recruitment effort is made possible by grant funding from Americorps. Our mission is to create an Americorps Seniors RSVP effort tailored to our local communities (Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot Counties) on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.