Nonprofit - RSVP Of Northwest Vermont

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RSVP Of Northwest Vermont
Last updated on April 20, 2016

RSVP is a program of United Way of Northwest Vermont, whose mission is to expand opportunities for adult volunteers, age 55 and over, to improve people’s lives and our community. Through a personalized, one-to-one approach, RSVP helps people optimize the use of their experience, time and talents in rewarding volunteer opportunities that build the capacity of non-profit organizations to meet critical community needs.

RSVP is a personalized volunteer placement service for people age 55 and over who are eager to do something that makes a difference in their community. We help people thoughtfully link their skills and interests with important volunteer needs.

RSVP recruits, trains and supervises volunteers for our programs that address specific community needs in Education, Income and Health. We also partner with non-profit agencies that have good volunteer management practices, meet critical community needs and welcome the life experience, talents and expertise of RSVP volunteers.

If you want to experience the rewards of volunteering, we can help find the right opportunity for you. To learn more about wide array of volunteer opportunities available through RSVP, click on “View Opportunities” at the top of this page.

RSVP is a program of the Corporation for National & Community Service and is funded, in part, by federal, state and local grants.

Contact people:

 Susan Abell, RSVP Program Coordinator, (phone), (email)
Ellen Biddle, Director, RSVP And FGP, (phone), (email)

Main office number: (802) 860-1677


 412 Farrell Street, Suite 200
South Burlington, VT 05403
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 We are located off of Shelburne Road, just behind the Wallgreen's. Entrance is on Farrell Street, not behind the building. Parking is available in front of the building or in nearby Shaw's lot.

Miscellaneous Information

1. What target populations does your agency serve?
Adults age 55 and over who, in turn, serve in volunteer roles within the community.
3. How many paid staff (FTE) do you have?
The organization's main phone number is
(802) 861-7823
4. Please indicate your organization type:
Independent 501 (c)3
4a. If other, please specify:
United Way of Chittenden County
How many clients do you serve annually?
RSVP serves over 260 volunteers and more than 100 agencies.
Last updated on April 20, 2016

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