RSVP has launched its Sweepstakes for 2019. Complete details, including prize descriptions, the Sweepstakes brochure and an Entry Form are now available!
Would you like to learn to use the Madison Metro Bus System but don't want to go it alone? A free Bus Buddy Tour is a fun way to see a local attraction with other seniors who are learning to use the bus.
#Giving Tuesday donations to RSVP will be matched (up to $5,000), thanks to a pledge from generous RSVP supporters. #Giving Tuesday is an international philanthropic effort celebrated on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving (November 27).
Thirty-four Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) volunteers from 12 Dane County communities received awards at the annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon on October 18.
Social researcher have long known that loneliness can be a health risk and that people who develop a network of people in their lives tend to live longer, healthier lives.
Thank you to the Green Bay Packers Foundation for a $5,000 "Seniors and Technology Grant," which allowed us to improve our Computer Buddy and Foster Grandparent Programs.
Congratulations to RSVP's Bus Buddy Coordinators, Susan Morrison, Heather Johnson, Bruce Verhelst, and Angela Haskin who have received the 2018 United Way Distinguished Service Award.
RSVP will celebrate its 45th anniversary at our annual Volunteer Appreciation Event on October 26. Over those 45 years, more than 10,000 volunteers have given of their time and energy to help neighbors in 11 Dane County Communities.
A Stand Down Event to help Veterans who are homeless or at risk to connect with valuable resources -- from employment and training to free medical/dental evaluations -- will be held Saturday, October 28, from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM at the Salvation Army, 3030 Darbo Drive, Madison.
RSVP of Dane County accepted the Governor's "Senior Corps Program of the Year" award for its Driver Services/Vets Helping Vets program. The award recognizes the program for its impact on veterans and seniors in Dane County who may be isolated and/or living on a limited income.
A Bus Buddy Tour offers a fun way for seniors (60+) to see a Madison attraction and also learn to use the Madison Metro bus. For 2017, there are five different hometown tours to pick from.
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