Our volunteers have a strong impact in the community.
We match individual interests, skills and experience with productive community
opportunities. We have the application form on-line in a
PDF file. Either
download and mail to us or you can fill out the abridged attached form and one of
our members will be in contact with you about opportunities.
Please contact us at 203-663-7333.
In the many
communities of lower Fairfield County, there are many programs that will
match your needs in your home town. Please scroll down to see more
information on our programs.
Read once a week in pre-school classrooms to help children develop a
love of books and reading.
Become a Mentor
Give 1 to 3 hours a week of your time to become a positive influence in
a child’s life.
Visit homebound seniors within the community once a week.
From your own home, lead discussions or lectures on various topics of
interest in 30 or 60 minute telephone groups. These services promote
social connection, independent living and enrichment for aging adults.
Income Tax Preparers
Become an IRS-certified tax preparer to provide free income tax
assistance to low income area residents, who need help filling out their
tax forms. Free training is provided.
Knit scarves, hats, mittens or blankets to be distributed to different
organizations in the community.
Help distribute free books to children at local libraries several
Saturdays during the year.
Assist with education regarding local trees and help with tree
management program. Click on logo at right for additional information.
RSVP Senior Medical
Transportation Assistance Program
provides transportation to medical appointments for seniors in the
Westport- Weston Area. Volunteer drivers transport people in need of a
ride to their medical appointments. Supplemental insurance is provided
to RSVP Volunteer Drivers.
This program is a collaborative effort between RSVP and The Westport –
Weston Departments of Human Services.
Additional volunteer drivers are needed. Dispatchers are also needed.
Red Cross Volunteers needed
Assist at Blood
Distribution sites in your area.
Veterans’ Transportation Program
Drive Veterans wherever
they need to go in and around Norwalk, as little as 2 hours a week, or
as often as you like.
Tutors and Assistants for various
Help is needed at least
one hour a week to assist with homework and support life skills
education. Bi-linguals volunteers are most needed!
Be a Food Pantry Volunteer
Assist in Darien,
Norwalk, Stamford or Wilton food pantry.
Train to become a LiveWell Program
Once trained, you will co-lead this 6-week program (once a week) to
assist seniors with chronic diseases to manage their conditions.
MANY MORE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
ARE AVAILABLE! CONTACT RSVP TO DISCUSS WHAT YOU CAN DO: 203-663-7332 OR