Non-Profit Spotlight: RSVP of Montgomery County

RSVP-of-MontcoRSVP of Montgomery County is a multiservice nonprofit organization that utilizes a dedicated corps of 1,200 volunteers to meet the critical human needs in and around Montgomery County.

Offering a way for employees and individual volunteers to help improve their communities, several corporations have been partnering with RSVP to participate in team-building and community service opportunities. Groups of anywhere from five to 250 employees join together to make a lasting impact in their communities. Through ten Volunteer Impact Programs and 300 nonprofit agency partners, there are a variety of short- and long-term projects.

Projects may include outdoor work at a local Nature Center, participating in RSVP’s America Writes program by becoming pen pals to local students, wrapping of gift books presented to local Head Start preschoolers, painting a local school’s dingy classroom, participating as special event volunteers. The possibilities are endless.

Additionally, ten Volunteer Impact Programs provide volunteers with unique opportunities to have a profound and direct impact on our community’s most vulnerable populations which include disadvantaged preschool children, at-risk youth, the elderly, those with low literacy skills, the unemployed, veterans and struggling nonprofit organizations.

To learn more about volunteering through RSVP or supporting our work in the community, please visit http://www.rsvpmc.org/ or call (610) 834-1040, ext.22.