Monday, February 17, 2014

Age-Friendly DC Walk, an opportunity to do good and meet new people

The Age-Friendly DC Block-by-Block Walk takes place between March 20 and April 15.   The purpose is to identify the assets and the issues needing attention all through the lens of older DC residents.

People of all ages are needed to volunteer for the Walk.   Volunteer teams will survey the city Single Member District by Single Member District.

The Walk has something for everyone.   You get to meet new people.   You will see things you've not seen before.   You and your team will observe things in a different way.   And DC residents 50 and older will benefit!   (So will all residents, visitors, and people who work in the city.)

If you would like to play a leading role, become a Team Leader.   Trainings for Team Leaders start February 19; register for the training using the volunteer registration form on the Age-Friendly DC website.

Not interested in leading?   Promote the event and encourage folks to volunteer by distributing the Age-Friendly DC Block-by-Block Walk flyer (PDF).

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