W&M Alumni in the DC area are invited to celebrate William & Mary's 325th birthday (celebrated in the month of February) by giving a day of service. This year, it's more than just a birthday party, it's about looking out for the most vulnerable in our community. Older people who feel lonely or isolated have a higher chance of depression and physical decline, especially around the holidays. Seabury's Age-In-Place® program supports older adults in Washington, D.C.'s Wards 4, 5, and 6 through transformative volunteer service projects that help people stay in their own homes.
This service project will take place indoors.
Metro pickup from the Brookland Metro Station is at 9:15 AM. If there is anybody that must drive, they can park on Channing St. NE where there is free parking.
Ages 12+ welcome.
Q: What does an Age in Place service day look like?
Volunteers arrive 15-20 minutes prior to service at the AIP office (2501 18th Street NE) if driving or at the BrooklandCUA metro (red line). Service will follow 15-20 minute orientation with AIP staff.