The RSVP office will continue to be closed to the public.
Per the Forward Dane Plan, Dane County is now in Phase 2. The RSVP office will continue to be closed to the public. Our staff are hard at work remotely, as well as working in staggered shifts in the office, answering calls, checking emails, working on program needs and accepting donations. The RSVP office is re-opening in phases, as conditions improve, we will make adjustments. We need to be mindful of best practices in order to protect the safety and wellbeing of all volunteers, guests, and staff.
Staff are available to meet with volunteers/visitors in the office by appointment. To reach any of our staff, please visit our website for staff email addresses and phone numbers. www.rsvpdane.org or call Margie Zutter (608) 663-7536.
We miss all of our volunteers and friends and look forward to seeing you all soon. Please stay safe and healthy!
Enrich your life through volunteering
Volunteering brings many benefits—meeting new friends, staying active and the satisfaction of knowing that you are making a difference. If you’d like to volunteer, The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) can help you find an opportunity that fits your interests and schedule. Whether you want to share the skills you’ve developed over a lifetime or try something totally new, our personal volunteer coordinators can guide you in choosing from countless opportunities to serve. Find out more...
...and help your community thrive
For over 40 years, RSVP has been matching volunteers, primarily age 55 and older, and community service opportunities. Last year nearly 1,800 RSVP volunteers put in over 185,000 hours of service across all 25 Dane County communities. That means our volunteers contribute between 600-700 hours every day to help make their communities better places to live. Find out more...