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Volunteer Opportunities

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Each year more than 3,000 individuals volunteer at Seabury Resource for Aging's programs and sites.
Opportunities include:

  • Working one to one with residents helping with light clean up, organizing personal papers, bill paying, and errands.
  • Serving as part of a group on a house cleaning and/or yard work project so that a senior can remain safely at home.
  • Organizing a special event or activity for residents of a senior community.
  • Bringing a musical, drama, slide show or other presentation to share with residents or nutrition site participants.
  • Search below for the volunteer opportunities that best fit you and/or your small group.

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Age-In-Place®

Help support older adults in Wards 4, 5, and 6 age safely and happily at home by volunteering your time and energy to provide basic home maintenance (yard work and house cleaning). Volunteers are encouraged to serve on a regular basis, but one time projects are also welcomed.

Appropriate Age: 12+

Good match for: Groups

When:

Summer (June - August) Schedule: 9 am - 4 pm. Monday - Thursday

Fall, Winter, and Spring Schedule: 9 am - 4 pm. Tuesday - Saturday

Contact: (202) 635-9384 ext. 108

 

Events and Advancement

Looking for an opportunity to plan a special event, serve on a board or committee, or create media content? Then you should volunteer with the Advancement Office!

Appropriate Age: 16+

Good match for: Individuals

When: Flexible schedule

Phone: (202) 414-6311

 

Seabury at Friendship Terrace

Garden helpers, drivers, musicians, computer and IT assistants, and volunteers to help residents organize their homes.

Appropriate Age: 12+

Good match for: Individuals

When: 9 am - 5 pm. Weekdays

Phone: (202) 244-7400

 

Home First Residences

Volunteers are needed for general office support, leading activities for residents, gardening and handy work, advisory council members, and IT support.

Appropriate Age: 15+

Good match for: Individuals

When: 9 - 6 pm. Monday - Sunday

Phone: (202) 635-9384 ext. 105

 

Seabury at Springvale Terrace

Speakers on politics and current events, health and wellness presenters, crochet teachers, musicians, and volunteers that are interested in helping out at events and parties.

Appropriate Age: 12+

Good match for: Individuals

When: 9 am - 5 pm. Weekdays

Phone: (301) 587-0190

 

Ward 5 Aging and Disability Resource Center

At nutrition sites: Spanish class teachers, food service assistants, arts and crafts teachers, exercise class leaders, computer teachers, and musicians.

At the office: Advisory council members and general office support assistance.

At the Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired: Braille teachers, food service assistants, as well as arts and crafts teachers

Appropriate Age: 15+

Good match for: Individuals

When: 10 am - 2 pm. Weekdays

Phone: (202) 529-8701 ext. 222

 

Ward 6 Aging and Disability Resource Center

At nutrition sites: Language class teachers, food service assistants, arts and crafts teachers, exercise class leaders, and musicians.

At the office: Advisory council members and general office support assistance.

Appropriate Age: 15+

Good match for: Individuals

When: 10 am - 2 pm. Weekdays

Phone: (202) 397-1725 ext. 111

 

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Fax: 202.289.5693

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