RSVP Volunteers Serve Their Communities
RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) is a nationwide AmeriCorps Seniors volunteer program that invites adults 55 & over to use their life experience and skills to answer the call of those in need in their local community.
Interfaith Caregivers of Greater Mercer County RSVP Program engages senior volunteers in our Neighbors Helping Neighbors and Project Healthy Bones programs. Volunteers serve as caregivers supporting our homebound elderly and neighbors with disabilities who may have difficulty with daily living tasks. These tasks include having virtual visits, making reassurance telephone calls, or even grocery shopping and transportation to a doctor’s appointment. Some of our RSVP members also serve through Project Healthy Bones, our wellness program – helping our senior residents stay safe and healthy.
Who Can Become an RSVP Volunteer ?
- Are age 55 and older, working, semi-retired or retired, and are looking for ways to stay active and serve your community
- Can volunteer at least one hour a week on a regular basis providing service to the homebound elderly and persons with disabilities
Then RSVP Program is for YOU!
- Help build supportive and resilient community
- Forge new relationships with people in your community
- Staying active and socially engaged improve your health and wellbeing
- Make a significant difference in the lives of others.