RSVP Four County

RSVP is America's largest volunteer network for people age 55 and over. We help you utilize your skills and experiences to benefit your community. Giving back also helps your well being. Studies show that volunteering helps you live longer, promotes a positive outlook on life and improves functional abilities. We match your desires with meaningful activities to fit into your schedule. RSVP allows you to tell us the amount of time you can give to your community. RSVP gives individuals the opportunity to meet new people and to share and interact with other volunteers. There are a variety of activities which recognize your service.

Enjoy the pleasure of knowing you are helping others and serving your community where you are really needed.


Lifes most persistant and urgent question is
"What are you doing for others?"

~Dr. Martin Luther King






What it takes to be a Retired and Senior Volunteer.
Enjoy working with others to fill a community need and solve problems. Be 55 years of age or older. Complete a one-time RSVP application form. Volunteer as many or as few hours as you want. Fill out monthly time sheets of hours volunteered, and volunteer in Chautauqua, Elk, Montgomery or Wilson County.


We enrich lives and create strong, connected communities by optimizing the contributions of volunteers 55 and over.

RSVP is the catalyst that inspires:

Volunteerism among all age groups, enhanced community connections and greater civic engagement.


Four County Mental Health Center is dedicated to providing accessible, innovative services in partnership with individuals, families and our communities.


*Corporation for National and Community Service.

To improve lives, strengthen communities and foster civic engagement, through service and volunteering.


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