Retired Senior Volunteer Program matches the personal interests and skills of older Americans with opportunities to help solve community problems. RSVP volunteers choose how and where they want to serve from a few to over 40 hours a week. RSVP makes it easy for older adults to find the types of volunteer service opportunities that appeal to them. RSVP volunteers tutor children in reading and math, help to build houses, help get children immunized, model parenting skills to teen parents, participate in neighborhood watch programs, plan community gardens, deliver meals, offer disaster relief to victims of natural disasters, and help community organizations operate more efficiently. Volunteers receive supplemental insurance while on duty, and receive on-the-job training. Contact National Senior Service Corps, 1201 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20525; 202-606-5000 or 800-424-8867; www.seniorcorps.org
Income Eligibility: None
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