Volunteering creates positive outcomes for older adults
Senior living community to host talk on benefits of volunteering for older adults
By Jeff Arduino
In celebration of National Volunteer Month this April, Rigden Farm Senior Living will host an interactive conversation with representatives from the United Way of Larimer County and the Northern Colorado Division of Volunteers of America on Friday, April 19th at 3:00pm at 2350 Limon Drive in Fort Collins. Volunteer Center Director, Adam Molzer, will represent the United Way and Program Coordinator, Carrie Olenick, will speak on behalf of Volunteers of America.
The presentation, part of an ongoing monthly lecture series for older adults titled Speaking of Seniors, will explore the positive mental, physical, emotional, spiritual impacts that volunteering can have on seniors. Both agencies will discuss opportunities for citizens of all ages to volunteer and give back and illustrate the tangible impacts that public service and volunteerism have on the broader community. At the core of the talk will be the message that people of all ages and abilities can make an impact and personally benefit through volunteering.
Those interested in attending the talk can contact Rigden Farm’s Community Relations Director Jeff Arduino at 970-372-4004 for more information or to RSVP. Visit Rigden Farm Senior Living at http://www.rigdenfarmseniorliving.com