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RSVP...Volunteers with Experience
RSVP matches interested persons 55 and older with meaningful volunteer experiences throughout Lane County. More than 400 RSVP volunteers currently serve in education, income and health in Lane County.
RSVP Volunteer Opportunities
Where do RSVP’s volunteer? - Volunteer Stations are public and private not-for-profit agencies that use volunteers to help reach their mission goals. Want to know more? Please check out the RSVP Brochure or our Station Roster to find out where our members are making friends and having some fun!. Still want to know more?
Still want to know more? It’s simple: RSVP is part of the Senior Corps programs of the Corporation for National and Community Service. With substantial national outcomes as the goal, the local RSVP of Lane County has focused on mobilizing and inspiring those 55 or better in our community to contribute their time to the greater good for the last 25 years. Across the state of Oregon, approximately 10,000 Senior Corps volunteers contribute over 1.5 million hours of service! We can’t tell the story without a league of volunteers. Won’t you be a part of real change? Lane County needs your well-earned experience!
Want to know more?
- RSVP Handbook
- Volunteer Enrollment Form (PDF) – How to become an RSVP member
- Hours Report Form (PDF) – Simply report to us what you do and let us take care of the rest.
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