Are you ready to make a difference in the life of a child?

By on October 15, 2010

Kaneland—The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) works with volunteers who are 55 plus and have a lifetime of experience and knowledge to share.

Recently, a partnership was formed between RSVP and the Kaneland Harter Middle School. The goal of this relationship is to recruit individuals willing to work with middle-school students as tutors, mentors or sharing specific skills.

Volunteer tutors and mentors make an incredible impact on youth through their efforts working to support parents and teachers in communities across the nation. By connecting children with adult tutors and mentors, volunteers help broaden their expectations, build their learning skills, and prepare and motivate them to excel in school and beyond.

If you are ready to make a difference, contact Debbie Danitz, your local RSVP Program Director, at 1-800-339-3200 or (815) 344-3555.

About Elburn Herald

The Elburn Herald has been serving the Kaneland communities since 1908. To reach our editor, Keith Beebe, email info@elburnherald.com, or call (630) 365-6446, ext. 105. To reach our owner/publisher, Ryan Wells, email RyanWells@elburnherald.com, or call (630) 365-6446, ext. 107.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login