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If you’re willing to share the skills and experience you have gained through a lifetime of living, come, join us. Become a United Way RSVP member today!
United Way RSVP is changing the image of older adults. RSVP stands for Retired and Senior Volunteer Program and is America’s largest volunteer network for people age 55 and over. Consisting of over 200,000 volunteers throughout the country, RSVP members tackle tough issues in their community. RSVP offers a full range of volunteer opportunities specialized for older and more experienced adults. When you join RSVP, you will have a chance to learn new skills, utilize skills you already have and become involved in activities that will benefit your local community. Through RSVP, volunteers match their skills, wisdom and talents with the needs of the community in Lake, LaPorte, Porter and Starke Counties.
Who can join the United Way RSVP?
Why join the United Way RSVP?
*For approved stations & volunteer assignments only.
What can you find United Way RSVP volunteers doing?
We can match your abilities, skills and interests to one of our various stations!
Print out our volunteer application by clicking here. Fill out the form and mail to United Way RSVP, 951 Eastport Centre Dr. Valparaiso, IN 46383.
If you have questions or need assistance with the RSVP appliation, contact Evelyn Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219-464-3583, ext. 127.
RSVP members are stationed at RSVP stations throughout a 4-county area. These stations are places where members volunteer their time and talents. A station can be any nonprofit or business that uses volunteers to tackle hard issues such as hunger, health care, domestic violence, economic opportunity, education, veterans and military family support services.
United Way RSVP Stations receive the following program benefits:
Interested in being a United Way RSVP Station? Click here to email or call 219.464.3583.
Current United Way RSVP Stations