The goal of our Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) is to connect seniors who have extra time to give back to the community with organizations that need volunteer support. We offer dozens of opportunities with a wide variety of local organizations, not just programs within HRDC. Volunteers can choose how much time they want to give, and the program serves two important purposes: helping the community, and keeping seniors active and social.
Our Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) offers volunteer opportunities for individuals age 55 and older. Volunteer placements are available at over 50 organizations, from nonprofits to government, education, and health care.
We have many volunteer opportunities for our community members! Our volunteers help in a variety of way, whether they are delivering a meal to a senior, tutoring a child, giving directions at the hospital, packing food boxes or making quilts.
If you are age 55 or older and want to get involved and give back to your community, RSVP is right for you!
RSVP can also help your organization with volunteer needs.
Handcrafters is a group of RSVP volunteers who meet once a week to embroider hand towels, knit or crochet baby hats, blankets and quilts. The knitted and crocheted baby hats are donated to newborns at Bozeman Health. Proceeds of all Handcrafters sales are donated to different nonprofit organizations or to purchasing their crafting supplies.
For more information on how to join this group or to buy their beautiful work, call 406-587-5444.