New Leadership Brings Positive Change
Moore County RSVP Advisory Council Chairman Bryan Rainbow took the leadership helm at the February RSVP Advisory Council meeting.
The Advisory Council, appointed by the Moore County Commissioners, is the voice for RSVP's 500-plus volunteers, 55 years of age or older, serving local nonprofits and -charities and bringing positive change to their world.
"RSVP volunteers are our local champions," says Rainbow. "They are a powerful force solving the challenges of homelessness, hunger, illiteracy, abuse and finding solutions for many Moore County families in crisis."
Joining Rainbow this year are incoming vice chair Paula Parke, and recently appointed council members Barbara Davis and Mamie Bennett, who like most RSVP Advisory Council members are themselves veteran -volunteers. Their insight and experience encourages the RSVP volunteer program to provide -measurable results in the community and guarantees a positive volunteer experience.
For more information on RSVP or for information on "Select 2 Serve" volunteer match appointments call RSVP Director Shiela Klein. She can be reached weekdays at the Senior Enrichment Center or by calling (910) 215-0900.
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