A nationwide volunteer program, RSVP invites adults age 55 and over to use their life experience and skills to answer the call of their neighbors in need. RSVP invites adults to put their experience to work solving problems close to home. Whether teaching children or adults to read, creating a recycling program, or providing much needed support to nonprofit agencies, volunteers are making their communities stronger.
Assistance in finding a volunteer assignment you'll enjoy
Accident and liability insurance that covers you while you travel to and from, as well as while you are serving your volunteer site
Ongoing support from the RSVP staff
Reasons to Volunteer
It feels good
It helps your community
You meet new people
You are contributing to society
Re / Discover talents and abilities
Obtain practical knowledge
It's good for you
You can gain personal or professional experience
Funding is provided by:
Pratt County United Fund, Inc.
Friends of RSVP
The City of Pratt provides valuable in-kind services for the RSVP program which includes space and maintenance of the building.
RSVP is federally funded through grants under the Corporation for National and Community Service. The Corporation for National and Community Services Trust Act was signed by President Bill Clinton and became into existence October 1, 1993.