Where Volunteers Make a Difference

Programs

Providing Fascinating and Satisfying Experiences

RSVP offers hundreds of volunteer opportunities that are grouped in several program areas.  The links below provide examples of some of them.  But the true advantage of volunteering through RSVP is our personal matching service.  When you contact RSVP, one of our personal volunteer coordinators will meet with you to discuss your interests and help you choose the volunteer opportunity that best fits your skills, your schedule and your reasons for volunteering. 

How to Volunteer

To find out more about volunteering and to schedule an appointment with a personal volunteer coordinator, call 608-238-7787 or complete this online form.

Community Connections

Volunteer in one of over 85 community nonprofit and government organizations doing everything from maintaining prairies to visiting hospice patients.

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Driver Services

Do you like to drive?  Enjoy meeting people?  Like the satisfaction of knowing you’ve made a difference in someone’s life?  Then RSVP’s Driver Services Program could be an ideal volunteer opportunity for you. 

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Vets Helping Vets

It’s often said that no one understands a Vet like another Vet.  RSVP’s Vets Helping Vets program builds on that natural bond by matching Veterans in need with volunteers who are fellow Vets—and both parties benefit.

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Intergenerational
Foster Grandparents
Group Projects

If you are searching for a “feel good” program-with-a-purpose, you will touch many lives by using your knitting, sewing or crocheting talents as a Group Projects or Homeworker volunteer.

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Triad

Learn about fraud, senior health and community safety at local Triad presentations.

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Volunteers Tell Us

Meeting People
“I prefer volunteer work that allows me to interact with others. Meeting people from all walks of life enriches my life.”
- Volunteer Tour Guide
Staying Young
“Volunteering gives me a positive outlook on my life and keeps me young. Plus volunteering helps both you and the receiver.”
- Madison Volunteer