RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program)
RSVP Volunteer Center invites seniors 55 and older to use their life experiences and skills to meet community needs.
RSVP Volunteers serve a range of non-profit organizations in a variety of ways including:
- Assisting with public health projects (flu clinics, in-school first aid, etc)
- Distributing safety information
- Assisting with disaster and emergency preparedness plans
- Helping local law enforcement make the community safer
- Changing lives by mentoring and tutoring youth
- Preparing brochures and/or answering phones
Visit their website at www.rsvpmontana.org
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program -RSVP
RSVP provides older Americans the opportunity to apply their life experience to meeting community needs.
RSVP volunteers serve a diverse range of non-profit organizations, public agencies, and faith-based groups. Among other activities, they mentor youth, organize neighborhood watch programs, and lend their business skills to community groups that provide critical social services. Hamilton Contact:
Last year alone, over 480,000 senior volunteers served an average of four hours per week to over 65,000 local organizations.
To help meet the President's goal of involving Americans in Homeland Security issues, the Corporation for National and Community Service unveiled the nation's first federal grants to involve citizen volunteers.
The Western Area VI Agency on Aging was awarded one of ten grants in the entire nation to serve Ravalli, Mineral, The Flathead Reservation and Lake County.
We currently have offices in Hamilton and Polson Montana.
Colleen Murphy Southwick
401 W. Main Street Ste. B
Hamilton Montana 59840
110 Main Street Suite 5
Polson Montana 59860
406.883.7284 ext 29