Senior Corps is a national volunteer program administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service that engages people age 55 and up in opportunities that tap into their skills and experience to cost-effectively address vital community needs. In Northeast Georgia, the Senior Corps is sponsored by The Athens Community Council on Aging.

RSVP

RSVP volunteers serve in a wide variety of roles, addressing many of our community’s most pressing needs through their roles as friendly visitors, volunteer drivers, Meals on Wheels drivers, and many other impactful roles.

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RSVP

RSVP volunteers serve in a wide variety of roles, addressing many of our community’s most pressing needs through their roles as friendly visitors, volunteer drivers, Meals on Wheels drivers, and many other impactful roles.

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Foster Grandparent Program

Foster Grandparent volunteers make a lasting difference in the lives of children by providing one-on-one support in classrooms, HeadStart programs and daycare centers across Northeast Georgia.

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Foster Grandparent Program

Foster Grandparent volunteers make a lasting difference in the lives of children by providing one-on-one support in classrooms, HeadStart programs and daycare centers across Northeast Georgia.

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Senior Companion Program

Senior Companion volunteers are paired with older adults and individuals with disabilities. Volunteers provide in-home companionship, can assist with transportation and light chores, and provide caregiver respite.

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Senior Companion Program

Senior Companion volunteers are paired with older adults and individuals with disabilities. Volunteers provide in-home companionship, can assist with transportation and light chores, and provide caregiver respite.

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Senior corps

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  Click here to check out our latest issue of Connections! Learn more about the latest happenings at ACCA, four-legged fur kids, our friends from Frankie and Andy’s Place, and pet friendly places to visit around town. We love this issue and know you will, too!

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ACCA’s 2019 Annual Meeting
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