Our volunteers are dedicated and caring individuals with vast life experiences which contribute to the unique services we provide.
Jason Wilkes, Carol Barrett and Betty Draher had a a great time at the Lansing School District Showcase on February 10th representing RSVP of Ingham, Eaton & Clinton Counties. We distributed hundreds of hats, scarfs, and mittens that were made by our amazing senior volunteers. It was great seeing all the great performances by the talented students of the Lansing School District.
Foster Grandparents are role models, mentors, tutors, and friends to children with exceptional needs.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” — Winston Churchill Senior volunteer opportunities
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RSVP volunteers are the heart of a community. Volunteers give their time to help children in school, keep parks and trails safe and clean, welcome newcomers to the region when they step off a plane, provide information in health care settings, senior centers, and nutrition sites, provide support for older adults aging in place, and work with active military and their families as they deploy to the armed services.
Volunteers can choose assignments that support more social contact and team work or they can work in their own home knitting hats, scarves, mittens and lap robes. Volunteers can learn new skills in crafts, counseling Medicare/Medicaid recipients, tutoring students, or providing community education in emergency preparedness.
You help older adults with chronic and acute medical conditions and frailties maintain their highest level of independence through companionship and respite.
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