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Age-In-Place, Seabury Resources for Aging

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Volunteer with Age-In-Place and provide critical support to help older adults age in place. Age-In-Place volunteers give the gift of free housecleaning and yard work, helping low to moderate older adults. Volunteering with Age-In-Place is a lot of fun. Both clients and volunteers always mention how much they love connecting with each other. Majority of clients are not be able to maintain their homes without volunteer services. Volunteering with Age-In-Place is a great way to bring learning to life. Clients have so much history and experience they are willing to share. Inter-generational service learning activities are proven to positively impact both the children and the older adult.

Accepting volunteers as young as 12! Hours to volunteer are Tuesday to Saturday 9am to 12pm and/or 1pm to 4pm. Please contact the volunteer coordinator at with the dates and times you are interested in.

Resources: Job or Volunteer Opportunity for Homeschool Students
Area served:Washington, DC
State(s):Washington, DC
Location:2501 18th Street Northeast. Washington, DC

Age-In-Place, Seabury Resources for Aging

2501 18th Street Northeast. Washington, DC

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