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We Are Neighbors Helping Neighbors


CC@ H Volunteers win Montgomery County's
How You Can Help

Volunteers are the heartbeat of Chevy Chase At Home. Our commitment to our older neighbors makes transportation and home services possible and also contributes to an inter-generational spirit of community. Residents of all ages can volunteer for tasks that suit their schedules, skills, and preferences.


Our volunteers will provide local transportation to medical and other appointments, run errands and do shopping, help with simple household tasks, and provide administrative support for the organization.


Wouldn't you like to volunteer? Our brochure outlines our range of volunteer services. If you want to know more, e-mail or call 301-657-3115.


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Application, Orientation and Training

Prospective volunteers will submit a simple form including the type(s) of  service(s) they are interested in delivering and the frequency, days and times of their availabilty. Each applicant is interviewed by a member of the Volunteer Services Committee and the Volunteer Coordinator to clarify the applicant's interests and availability and explain the responsibilities involved. Regardless of the type of services the prospective volunteer will provide, he or she will attend a 3 hour training session prior to delivery of services.


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Forms for Volunteers

Several different forms are available for the application and training process, including:

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Volunteer Services Committee:
  • Chairman:
    • Monique Milhollin
  • Members:
    • Nancy Benner 
    • Bill Gilbert
    • Peter Gray
    • Susan Hamburger
    • Lanny Johnson
    • Florence Lourie
    • Janet Regan
    • Karen Spangler
    • Joan Urban

Functions: to determine volunteer services to be provided and criteria for providing services; to recruit and train volunteers; and to evaluate the effectiveness of service delivery.


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Updated:  8/21/15
Photo Credit:  John Barnes