LOCATION: Tacoma, WA

Tacoma – South Puget Sound, WA

Serving Pierce County
Contact Information
Address
223 N. Yakima Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98403
Phone
253-272-8433
Email
Fax
253-597-6456
Map

South Puget Sound

Hours
Mon: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Tues: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Wed: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Thu: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Fri: 8:00am – 4:30pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed
Director
Trudy Sorensen
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Santa's elves have been at it again! Thank you to Cub Scout Pack 294 Tacoma - St. Charles Borromeo for your hard work helping assemble gift bags for seniors in our community! We appreciate all you do! ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Santas elves have been at it again!  Thank you to Cub Scout Pack 294 Tacoma - St. Charles Borromeo for your hard work helping assemble gift bags for seniors in our community!  We appreciate all you do!

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Thank you to all the Scouts participating, the Webelos Den leaders for organizing the opportunity, and THANK YOU LCSNW South Puget Sound for all of the GREAT work you do in the community!

The Pierce County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) held a festive fall volunteer recognition event on Halloween to honor and thank the volunteers for all their hard work, time and energy. RSVP volunteers have spent countless hours volunteering at food banks, congregate meal sites, schools, and other nonprofits in our community.

94 year-old RSVP Volunteer, Eunice Doolittle, was honored and awarded a special Certificate of Appreciation for volunteering at the Catholic Community Services Tillicum meal site for over 30 years. When asked what her favorite thing about being a volunteer is, Eunice said, “It’s all about meeting people. Talking, listening and enjoying people.”

Special guests included representatives from the Pierce County Aids Foundation, Catholic Community Services, and Communities In Schools of Tacoma, all of which are RSVP volunteer stations.
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4 days ago

The Pierce County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) held a festive fall volunteer recognition event on Halloween to honor and thank the volunteers for all their hard work, time and energy. RSVP volunteers have spent countless hours volunteering at food banks, congregate meal sites, schools, and other nonprofits in our community.94 year-old RSVP Volunteer, Eunice Doolittle, was honored and awarded a special Certificate of Appreciation for volunteering at the Catholic Community Services Tillicum meal site for over 30 years. When asked what her favorite thing about being a volunteer is, Eunice said, “It’s all about meeting people. Talking, listening and enjoying people.”Special guests included representatives from the Pierce County Aids Foundation, Catholic Community Services, and Communities In Schools of Tacoma, all of which are RSVP volunteer stations.

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Our first Halloween RSVP Volunteer Recognmition Event was so much fun! It was fun to dress up and see so many of our fantastic volunteers!

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