What is RSVP?
A nationwide volunteer program, RSVP invites adults 55 and over to use their skills to answer the call of their neighbors in need.
Giving anywhere from four to 40 hours per week, RSVP volunteer help solve serious problems in their communities.
Do You Have What it Takes?
Are 55 or older
Can volunteer at least a few hours every week; and
Enjoy working with others to solve community problems.
Today’s adults are busy, productive people. After retirement, many RSVP volunteers use their experience to tutor and mentor children, counsel small businesses, assist at health clinics and teach other seniors to use the Internet. Others distribute food to their town’s homeless or volunteer at a variety of one-time community events. They want to keep active in ways that make a difference for those in need.
A Community of Talents Serving Others
As an RSVP Volunteer, you’ll receive:
- Free volunteer placement;
- The opportunity to use your experience and skills;
- The chance to learn something new;
- Supplemental accident and liability insurance
- The satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference.
Your Neighbors Benefit.
Among their many accomplishments, RSVP volunteers:
- Provide food for the homeless and hungry;
- Build housing for low-income neighbors;
- Protect the environment;
- Change lives by mentoring and tutoring young people
RSVP invites adults to put their experience to work solving problems close to home. Whether teaching children to read, creating a recycling program, or providing much-needed support to non-profit agencies, RSVP volunteers are making their communities stronger.
Getting involved is the key to RSVP. Your hard work can solve problems, and you’ll get back even more thank you give.
Become an RSVP volunteer today.
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