DVN’s Response to the Coronavirus
Davidson Village Network is closely monitoring all of the latest developments, news, and government actions about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We have made temporary changes to our operations out of concern for the health and safety of our members, volunteers, and staff.
Our wish is for everyone to stay healthy!
We will continue to be available via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and telephone 980- 689-1843 and will respond to messages as quickly as possible as we always do.
ABOUT US – For our mission statement click here.
PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Please visit our events calendar for up to date information on upcoming programs. We’ve continued to offer trivia nights, happy hour, chair yoga and educational seminars via Zoom. We also will host socially distanced physical in person gatherings as advised and allowed by our local officials. Please see our Events tab for the latest.
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Welcome to Our Path! Yours too, perhaps?
The Davidson Village Network is a social and support organization (without walls) for older adults who see friendship, vibrant social engagement and a little help along the way as keys to a more fulfilling – sustainable – livelier life.
Our pursuits do not conform to convention. We are not one-dimensional but many-sided; not circumspect but engaged; not prescribed but independent; not exclusive but all-encompassing. We’re out there . . . doing stuff . . . having fun and getting it done, together! We are redefining what it means to age in the Lake Norman region.
It will change your life! It changed ours . . .
A member’s perspective:
“The volunteers and members were an informal welcome wagon when I moved to Davidson! Friendly visits from board members bearing treats and local news were much appreciated. I strongly suggest that any senior or senior couple become acquainted with the many kinds of services available.” ~ Donna Van Vleet
From the son of a member:
“Davidson Village Network has changed Dad’s life. They have given him a purpose and belonging he’s never had before. He considers the volunteers his friends. He knows them. He shares stories with them. He tells me about their lives and their families. When he talks about them it’s real and it’s special.” ~ Mark Campbell
From a family member:
“DVN provides an invaluable service in our community that our family hasn’t found anywhere else. The kind volunteers are always available to offer a ride to an appointment or simply a walk and a talk.” ~ Leeza Mulloy
Examples of our services include:
- events, activities, and programs
- friendly visits and calls
- technology assistance
- personal advocacy and resources