WHO WE ARE

Parkside Village is an organization of neighbors who live in Parkside Condominium.   We noticed that all of us occasionally need help with transportation and household tasks, and that we were happy to support each other when asked.   In addition, many of us felt a need for more opportunities to interact and get to know each other better.

The cooperative neighbors helping neighbors “village” model seemed a good way to fill those needs, and we established Parkside Village as a Maryland nonprofit corporation.  Parkside Village members vary in age, cultural backgrounds, and interests, but we all are devoted to enhancing the quality of life in our Parkside neighborhood, with special attention to those aging in place.  We function as a community network that provides mutual support and helpful services as well as group and educational activities—all working together to strengthen the community.    

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WHAT WE DO

The Parkside Village motto is "Neighbors Helping Neighbors", and that's what we do.

Sometimes people need a little help to get routine things done.   For example, our older neighbors may be cautious about climbing a stepladder to change a light bulb, and anyone may need to be driven someplace from time to time.  

Personal Services

We offer our members personal services provided by trained, vetted and insured volunteers from within our community.   Services evolve depending on need and volunteer capability, but they include such things as:

  • Transportation to doctor visits, shopping, etc.
  • Occasional light chores and errands
  • Phone calls and scheduled "check-in" visits
  • Help with grocery shopping and meal prep
  • Simple tech help
  • Others services as needs arise

Activities

We provide a host of services that encourage connections among our members, including such things as:

  • Meet-your-neighbor potluck dinners
  • Informative talks at Village gatherings
  • Group outings to local events and places
  • Workshops and demonstrations to learn new skills
  • Discussion groups
  • Information about local resources
  • Other event themes or topics suggested by members
Resources

MEMBERSHIP

Parkside Village is a membership organization.   Annual dues are $35 individual; $50 family.
Membership benefits include opportunities to:

  • Help the Village succeed by developing and coordinating Village programs
  • Receive volunteer services when you need a helping hand
  • Volunteer to help neighbors from time to time
  • Connect with neighbors and build friendships
  • Enjoy group outings
Have a question? Contact us by clicking Get In Touch or call (301) 284-0560.

GIVING OR GETTING HELP

give a little help

To VOLUNTEER or to get more information about what we do,
call or email the Parkside Village Volunteer Coordinator.

get a little help

To REQUEST help from a volunteer for transportation or other tasks,
call or email the Parkside Village Volunteer Coordinator.

Volunteer Coordinator #
(202) 770-8852
To learn more about how to request or volunteer assistance, click the button below.
How To Do It

UPCOMING EVENTS

All events are on Zoom.   Zoom is free to you, and you do not need to create a Zoom account to participate in Zoom meetings.  You do need certain meeting access information which we will send you before every meeting.    Questions?  Contact us at ParksideVillageMD@gmail.com.  


Coffee and Chat Wednesdays

Wednesday, February 10  and Wednesday, February 24 at 10:30 a.m.
Coffee & Chat (2nd and 4th Wednesdays)

           Topic:  Tell us about a recent movie/tv shows or series you really liked and might recommend for the rest of us.  Pat Spencer will facilitate these informal discussions.  Join us!

To request a Zoom link, email us at ParksideVillageMD@gmail.com.

Off The Beaten Path

February 4, 2021
Zoom
7:00 pm
Ralph Buglass of the Montgomery County Historical Society guides us through local sites of historical significance and natural beauty.

Valentine's Games Day!

February 14, 2021
Zoom
4:00 pm

The Murrow Boys

February 18, 2021
Zoom
4:00 pm
The Murrow Boys - News Broadcasting During World War II, by Brian Belanger of the National Capitol Radio and TV Museum.

board of directors

Ron
outen

HELENE
Goldstein

Jeanne
bohlen

elizabeth
norton

pat
mcnees

President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
Director

OUR sponsors & PARTNERS

The Goldberg Group
Priemium Design
JCA VillageRidesTM
Carlson Family Foundation

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Mailing address

Parkside Village, Inc.
10411 Montrose Avenue #101 Bethesda, Maryland 20814

email us

Email
parksidevillageMD@gmail.com

Contact form

Phone numbers

Main # (301) 284.0560
Volunteer Coordinator # (202) 770.8852