MaineGeneral RSVP

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 MaineGeneral Retired & Senior Volunteer Program
10 Water Street, Waterville, ME  04901
Phone:  207.861.3428           Fax:  207-861-3419

 At MaineGeneral RSVP our mission is to engage people 55 and older in volunteer service to meet critical community needs and to provide a high-quality experience that enriches volunteers’ lives.

RSVP volunteers make a difference in their communities by: volunteering at food banks, food pantries and local Area Agency on Aging Associations’ Nutrition Programs; serving in their local library; mentoring school-age children; and much more. RSVP volunteers give anywhere from a few to several hours of their time and experience. They may be placed with an area non-profit organization, help with event-specific projects or serve in one of MaineGeneral RSVP’s signature programs. These programs are:

Veterans and Military Families Program: Volunteers can choose one of three ways to help veterans and military families: transportation to the VA Hospital; help them sign up for benefits they are eligible for; and train individuals to use a website specifically designed for veterans and families.

Thresholds: A five-step decision making model taught to inmates with less than six months to serve on their sentence in the Kennebec and Somerset County jails as well as the Pre-Release Program in Hallowell.

Bone Builders: An osteoporosis prevention program new to MaineGeneral RSVP this year.

MaineGeneral RSVP offers volunteers many benefits, including: mileage reimbursement; supplemental insurance; recognition; and ongoing support.

If you might be interested in finding out more about MaineGeneral RSVP, click this button and request group membership :

You will be contacted to discuss how you might like to participate.

Request membership with this interest group and you will be contacted to discuss how you might like to participate.

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