Community Services - RSVP / Retired Senior Volunteer Program
RSVP / Retired Senior Volunteer Program
Data Provided By
United Way of Weld County
Description of Service
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program connects adults age 55 and older with the people and organizations that need them most. RSVP matches volunteers’ skills, talents, interests and time availability with appropriate volunteer assignments such as mentoring, coaching, providing companionship to people in need and contributing job skills and expertise to community projects and organizations.
-Bulk Mail Services - Volunteers label, stuff, fold, etc. mailings for civic and non-profit agencies, RSVP Retired Senior Volunteer Program,
-Grocery Shopping Service - Volunteers fill grocery orders for seniors and handicapped persons on Thursday mornings at the Hillside King Soopers.
-Mentoring for Educational Success– Trained reading partners assist and mentor Elementary School children age K-4th grade with reading skills.
-SHOP - Seniors Helping Other People - Volunteers construct and install wheelchair ramps and complete minor home repairs for low-income seniors and handicapped individuals. Limited financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
-Veterans Program – Program provides services and support for veterans. At our annual Veterans Stand Down Day, homeless veterans receive services and support.
Limited, call for specific information
Call or walk in for more information
Age 55 and over to be a volunteer
Fees or Charges
Types of Fees
Delivery fee is waived if prescriptions are purchased from the King Soopers pharmacy at the time grocery order is placed.