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May 2020

Supply Drive – Volunteers Making Masks


Our volunteers are looking for supplies to make masks. Elastic material to go around the ears or ponytail holders work too!
New Cotton Fabric, Quilting Fabric or Bandannas can be used to make the mask front.

We will begin to make masks for our great partner Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care to help support staff and patients.

If you have questions or would like to donate supplies please contact
Tyler VanBuren at or call her at (630) 335-3084.

Coronavirus Program Update

Dear Volunteers and Community Partners,

As you know two weeks ago on March 16, 2020 Volunteers for Community Impact (VCI) temporarily suspended operations due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Since then, the outbreak has worsened, and current predictions show that the outbreak has yet to peak. Sadly, the worst is yet to come. Our world is facing a threat the likes of which we have not experienced in decades; this is truly a once in a lifetime crisis.  Yet, even while this pandemic sweeps across our country, our volunteers are reaching out

November 2019

October 2019

Foster Grandparent Program Article in the Orlando Sentinel!

The Orlando Sentinel’s Shannon Green wrote an amazing article about one of our Foster Grandparent volunteers, Retha. Retha has been a volunteer with us since 2005. Read her story and see the impact one volunteer can make in Central Florida!

RSVP is looking for a sewing machine!

RSVP is looking for a sewing machine!

Would you like to donate a sewing machine and help our volunteers create Memory Bears?
RSVP is in need of a sewing machine to help create Memory Bears for Cornerstone’s Bear in Mind Program. The Bear in Mind Program creates special memory bears to help bring healing and comfort to families. These special memory bears can provide a sense of comfort to those who are grieving. RSVP volunteers have the privilege of crafting the bears from garments once worn by the

September 2019

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