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1) Eldercare Locator is a public service operated by the Administration on Aging, connecting older Americans with sources of information on senior services. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to make a difference by volunteering. To meet the needs of older Americans, Area Agency on Aging programs are operated in over 650 local levels. "Area Agency on Aging" is a generic term; specific names of local Agencies may vary. Area programs offer services to help older adults remain in their homes by providing services such as Meals-on-Wheels, homemaker assistance and other independent living needs. The Eldercare Locator web site provides a search engine to find an Agency in your area. Contact Eldercare Locator; 800-677-1116; www.eldercare.gov.
2) 1-800-VOLUNTEER.org is a national website portal providing volunteers with direct connection to local volunteer opportunities that match their interests, skills and common desire to make a difference. 50+ Volunteering Initiatives is a program that builds expertise and capacity of individuals to develop high-impact and rewarding volunteer opportunities for people over the age of 50. Season of Service offers national volunteer days throughout the year that include: Join Hand Day, Make a Difference Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, National Family Volunteer Day, and National Volunteer Week. Contact Points of Light Foundation, 1400 I Street, NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20005-2208; 800-750-7653; 202-729-8000; www.pointsoflight.org.
3) VolunteerMatch is a non-profit organization that offers a variety of online services to support community programs. Volunteers can enter their ZIP code on the web site to locate local volunteer opportunities posted by non-profit organizations throughout the United States. Contact VolunteerMatch, 385 Grove Street , San Francisco, CA 94102; 415-241-6868; Fax: 415-241-6869; www.volunteermatch.org.
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