RSVP Volunteer Program




What is RSVP?

RSVP is a service organization for individuals 55+.  Together we build the capacity and further the mission of local schools and non-profit organizations.  To learn more, watch this video from the Corporation for National and Community Service:

How do RSVP members build capacity?

RSVP Members take on leadership roles to help build the capacity of schools and non-profits.  This can include serving on an Advisory Council or Board of Directors.  It can also include serving as a Volunteer Coordinator for a school, a Grant Writer for a non-profit or simply an Advocate among peers.

How do RSVP members further the mission?

RSVP Members serve in a variety of volunteer placements at each school or non-profit.  These placements range from working directly with clients to helping behind the scenes.  Each placement plays a role in helping the school or non-profit to provide services to the community.  Whether by serving directly with clients, or by freeing up staff time to do so, RSVP Members help schools and non-profits fulfill their mission.

What are RSVP's Signature Programs?

There are many important and pressing needs in the Milwaukee community.  Due to this, RSVP has focused its resources on specific needs such as education, older adults, and veterans.  For more information on each of these program, click here.

What is the time commitment?

RSVP members choose their time commitment.  There are volunteer opportunities that are daily, weekly, monthly and annually.

How do I become a member?

If you are 55+ and interested in joining RSVP, please click here to submit your information and to read more about the registration process.

Have any questions or comments?

Contact the RSVP Program Coordinator: 
(414) 220-8657 or Click Here to e-mail.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 07 February 2013 )