Retired & Senior Volunteer Program

United Way RSVP is a volunteer program for those 55 and up that seeks to connect volunteers with local organizations to meet local needs and encourage volunteerism.

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RSVP volunteers box food for low-income families

Why volunteer with United Way RSVP?

  • Have a positive impact in your community by serving your community at the partner organization of your choice.
  • Research indicates that volunteers enjoy better health, make new friendships, stay active and involved in the community, and learn new skills.
  • Receive supplemental Volunteer Liability Insurance at no cost upon joining United Way RSVP.
  • Enjoy local recognition activities with other dedicated volunteers.
  • Receive newsletters and weekly emails with volunteer opportunities and local events.

Become a United Way RSVP Partner Worksite

  • Your nonprofit organization can be a part of the United Way RSVP volunteer network, and your volunteer opportunities will feature in our weekly eblasts and bi-monthly newsletters.
  • United Way RSVP volunteers will have supplemental auto, accident, and liability insurance while serving at your organization.
  • Your organization will be required to complete a Memorandum of Understanding (link to it), submit volunteer timesheets, and maintain a safe environment.
  • United Way RSVP staff will help you recruit volunteers.

Lynette Scriver-Colburn
United Way RSVP Program Manager
lynette@uwccmt.org
PO Box 1343, Great Falls, MT 59403
406-727-3400

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Lynette Scriver-Colburn

Jessica Briggs
United Way RSVP Coordinator
jbriggs@uwccmt.org
PO Box 1343, Great Falls, MT 59403
406-727-3400

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Jessica Briggs
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Senior Corps - RSVP logo

United Way RSVP is a program of the Corporation for National & Community Service.
United Way of Cascade County sponsors the program locally to support and strengthen education, health, and financial stability initiatives.