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Fedcap and ReServe, two nonprofits dedicated to service and community impact, today announced they will combine. Continue reading

Featured, Press

ReServe is among good company in a HuffPost 50 article that lists agencies, which help older professionals reinvent themselves. Continue reading

Featured, New York City, Press

ReServists are matched with first-year college students at an event to launch ReServe’s pilot College Success Program, which is funded by Open Society Foundations. Continue reading

Featured, Matches, New York City

For two days a week, ReServist Sheryl Siflin contributes more than her expertise to an important health project at NYC DOHMH. Continue reading

Featured, Matches, New York City

ReServe Miami recently marked the completion of more than 7,200 service hours by AmeriCorps ReServists with a celebratory event. Continue reading

Education, Featured, Miami

NJ Today, the website companion to the local PBS affiliate published a story about how Newark nonprofits see the value in engaging ReServists for service work. Continue reading

Featured, Newark

A group of seniors publish their memoirs, which were written during a class taught by ReServist, Pat Estess at the Health Outreach Center, a program of the New York Presbyterian Hospital. Continue reading

Featured, New York City

Dr. Linda P. Fried, a geriatrician, Dean of the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and a member of ReServe Board of Directors, talks to New York Times about being an ‘aging society.’ Continue reading

Featured, News

In the Seton Hall University School of Law’s alumni newsletter, ReServe in Newark’s Program Director talks about launching ReServe in New Jersey. Continue reading

Featured, Newark

An article in the Associated Press featured ReServe and its partners, My Sisters’ Place in White Plains and the Department for the Aging in New York City. Continue reading

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