Help Marshall become the next Mr. Mount Washington Valley, all while supporting a worthy cause!
Carroll County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program is happy to announce that our very own volunteer & vice president of our advisory board is our contestant for Mr. Mount Washington Valley! Valley Promotions is hosting a pageant for men to strut their stuff for a chance to become king and win a $500 donation to the local organization that is closest to their heart.
How can I help? Well, you will have to cast your vote for the best man!
“Votes” are cast by making a donation to any one of the contestants’ GoFundMe pages. The man with the most money raised has a greater chance of winning the entire competition for himself and his supporting organization. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated by the supporting nonprofits, and the money raised goes directly into various community programs that benefit the valley. This page is in support of Conway native, Marshall Allan, who has spent nearly 30 years volunteering his time to various community programs that support the arts, the elderly and those with disabilities. He has chosen to represent Carroll County RSVP, which he has been an active volunteer for over a decade. One-hundred percent of the money raised will go towards continuing RSVP’s Meals on Wheels Delivery Program and Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Program, which are essential services in the valley.
Who is Carroll County RSVP?
RSVP serves as a one-stop clearinghouse to connect volunteers, age 55 and over, with meaningful community service. There is an RSVP match for everyone who wants to remain active in communities throughout Carroll County. The mission of the Carroll County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is to recruit these individuals that will lend their time and expertise in community service to nonprofit agencies and proprietary nursing homes, and in doing so provide them with meaningful and ongoing volunteer experiences.Volunteers have a choice from serving at their favorite non-profit agency or being matched with an agency to develop new skills or interests including: non-emergency medical transportation, Meals on Wheels, food pantries, hospitals and nursing homes, congregate meal sites, 68 Hours of Hunger, libraries, tutoring and mentoring disadvantaged and disabled youth, and making quilts for patients at nursing homes.
Whether you are here to support Marshall, or just appreciate the services that RSVP provides, we are so happy to have your vote!
The Winner will be crowned on Sunday, March 21, 2020. Please tune in to Valley Vision and Facebook to cheer Marshall on!
*Although the benefiting charity says NCCC, all of the proceeds go to RSVP.*