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Mayflower RSVP National Volunteer Week Activities Ongoing Now Through April 11

Plymouth Women's Club Member and Mayflower RSVP Volunteer Marilyn Salvas reads letters to the troops written by 3rd and 4th graders at Cedar Elementary School in Hanover
Plymouth Women's Club Member and Mayflower RSVP Volunteer Marilyn Salvas reads letters to the troops written by 3rd and 4th graders at Cedar Elementary School in Hanover

Calling all volunteers, service partners and public schools throughout Plymouth County  – Mayflower RSVP has partnered with Operation Gratitude and the Plymouth Women’s Club  to write letters to the troops during National Volunteer Week (April 6 – 12, 2014).  Grants from our sponsors – the Massachusetts Service Alliance and Plymouth Rehabilitation and Health Care Center – allow us to expand our letter writing campaign to more service partners and to schools throughout Plymouth County.  Students have the option of writing letters or coloring pictures or both. 

 

Mayflower RSVP Senior Corps Volunteer Letter Writing Schedule of Events for National Volunteer Week:

 

Now until Friday, April 11 – Senior Corps Volunteers (must be age 55+) and schoolchildren write letters and color pictures.  Packets and materials can be picked up at the Mayflower RSVP office.

 

Monday, April 7 – Wednesday, April 9, 10 AM – 2 PM – Volunteers (age 55+) needed for letter writing at the Mayflower RSVP office.

 

Thursday, April 10 – Friday, April 11, 10 AM – 2 PM – Volunteers (age 55+) needed to screen letters at the Mayflower RSVP office.

 

Show a soldier you care and honor their service by participating in our National Volunteer Week letter writing campaign.  If you would like to get involved – as a volunteer, a service partner or a principal or teacher at a school, please call the Mayflower RSVP office at Tel. 508-746-7787 ext. 16, email rsvp@mayflowerrsvp.org or stop by the office at 385 Court Street, Ste. 104, Plymouth, MA. 


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