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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 for members local transportation (to doctors' appointments, grocery shopping, social events, religious services, etc.), help with simple household tasks (changing light bulbs, light weight hauling, minor repairs), computer coaching, and friendly visits. CC@ H volunteers also assist in the office, provide event support, and participate on committees.


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Application, Interview and Training


Prospective volunteers will submit a simple form asking them to identify their areas of interest. Each applicant will then be contacted for an interview to clarify the applicant's interests and availability. After completing the interview,  the perspective volunteer is expected to attend a 2 hour training session. Completion of the training is mandatory for volunteers who will work directly with members.


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Forms for Volunteers

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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:  10/9/15
Photo Credit:  John Barnes