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RSVP is one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation for people 55 and over. You can use the skills and talents you’ve learned over the years, or develop new ones while serving in a variety of volunteer activities in your community. 

RSVP volunteers LIVE UNITED to fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person in our community. 

RSVP volunteers choose how, where, and how often they want to serve, with commitments ranging from a few hours to 20 + hours per week.
 
Volunteers receive pre-service orientation, training from the organization where they will serve, and supplemental insurance while on duty. RSVP volunteers do not receive monetary incentives, but sponsoring organizations may reimburse them for some costs incurred during service.

 

Find the Right RSVP Volunteer for You

VITA VOLUNTEER-Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

 

ARE YOU OK?-SENIOR LINK 

Help Homebound Residents Feel Safer with Telephone Reassurance Calls

FINANCIAL COACH -THRIVE NETWORK

Help People Learn about Basic Money Matters with Budgeting, Credit Scores and More

FINANCIAL COACH - FRAUD PREVENTION

Help Educate People, Especially Seniors, on How to Avoid Financial Scams, Fraud, and Predatory Lending 

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

Help Struggling Families Own Their Own Home

PRE-K BUDDIES

Help Preschool Children Be Ready for School by Reading and Assisting in Classrooms

OPERATION WEATHERIZATION

Help People Stay Warm/Save Money in the Cold Winter Season

2020 RSVP Enrollment Form

Mail completed form to:

United Way of Madison County, Inc.
RSVP
P.O. Box 1200
Anderson, IN 46015-1200

Email to Georgeann Whitworth, RSVP Director at g.whitworth@unitedwaymadisonco.org
or call 765-648-2172

RSVP is an AmeriCorps Seniors program and a federal grant from Americorps.
Americorps funds 70% of the grant with United Way of Madison County supplying a 30% cash or in-kind match.

This program is available to all, without regard to race, color, natioinal origin, disability, sex, political affiliation, or, in most instances, religion.  It is also unlawful to retaliate against any person who, or organization that, files a complaint about such discrimination.  In addition to filing a complaint with local and state agencies that are responsible for resolving discrimination complaints, you may bring a complaint to the attention of Americorps.  If you believe that you or others have discriminated against, or if you want more information contact:
United Way of Madison County
c/o Community Impact Committee Chair
P.O. Box 1200
Anderson, IN  46015-1200
or
Office of Civil Right and Inclusiveness
Americorps

1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20525
(800) 833-3722 (TTY and reasonable accomodation line)
(202) 565-3465 (FAX); eo@cns.gov (email)