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Senior Corps-RSVP of HandsOn Suburban Chicago Honors Local Volunteers at Annual Member Recognition Brunch

2018 May 16
by HandsOn Suburban Chicago

For Immediate Release:

Arlington Heights, IL, May 16, 2018 – One hundred seventy volunteers representing 62 local agencies will gather at the Metropolis Ballroom in Arlington Heights on Thursday, May 16, 2018 to be recognized for outstanding service in their communities. The First Bank of Highland Park, the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Korean Cultural Center of Chicago, the Sion Club, and the HandsOn Suburban Chicago Board of Directors are sponsoring the brunch.

The volunteers are largely members of Senior Corps-RSVP of Northern Cook and Northern DuPage counties which is sponsored by HandsOn Suburban Chicago. Senior Corps-RSVP one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation for people 55 and over and has been engaged in this area for 46 years.

Local Senior Corps-RSVP members, including those not in attendance, have given 75,000 hours of volunteer service this past year to nonprofits, schools, and local governments. The members provided assistance with transportation, meal delivery, healthcare, tax preparation, home repair, and adult and youth education in addition to fulfilling many other community needs.

“This is an event that all of us at HandsOn Suburban Chicago look forward to each year. It’s a time to recognize and thank all of you that give so much back to our communities by volunteering.” said Jordan Friedman, Executive Director of HandsOn Suburban Chicago.

About HandsOn Suburban Chicago

HandsOn Suburban Chicago (HOSC) positively impacts communities by connecting people to enriching volunteer experiences. It serves over 150 nonprofits in 44 communities, making over 6,500 volunteer connections over the past year. HOSC sponsors Senior Corps-RSVP of Northern Cook and Northern DuPage counties and also runs a number of school tutoring and mentoring programs, utilizing the power of volunteers to help keep disadvantaged youth on track to graduate high school.


Two hundred people attended this year’s annual Senior Corps-RSVP Member recognition brunch in Arlington Heights.


Press Contacts:

Jordan Friedman
Executive Director
HandsOn Suburban Chicago
847-228-1320 X 111

Carolyn Roberts
Project Director, Senior Corps-RSVP
HandsOn Suburban Chicago
847-228-1006 X 114

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