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Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

645 4th Street Suite 202, Bremerton, WA 98337 • 360-377-5511 or toll-free 800-378-5771 • E-Mail

You have experience . . . a lifetime of it.
Now put it to use in making your community a better place to live and work.
Become a volunteer through the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program!

In 2016, RSVP provided over 29,500 hours of volunteer service in Kitsap County. Serving through non-profit, private and public community organizations, volunteer opportunities are available for your specific skills and interests. Last year, RSVP volunteers strengthened the community by helping us staff our Focus Areas:

  • Healthy Futures
  • Capacity Building
  • Veterans and Military Families
  • Education
  • Economic Opportunity

And that was just the start! By staying active in the community, you become a part of the solution to community problems!

Who can be a RSVP volunteer?

Anyone over the age of 55 who has a few hours a week to give, and enjoys working with others to strengthen their community! As you look over the list of volunteer opportunities, think of how you can make a difference in someone’s life. If you are interested in volunteering, we can help you find a position that will fit your skills and interests.

Volunteer Opportunities Through RSVP

RSVP photoMentoring/Tutoring: Share your love of reading with children, and inspire them to read more! There are volunteer positions available in local schools for people willing to help children succeed in school.

Adult Literacy: By working with the Kitsap Center Adult for Education, you provide increased economic opportunities to adults through tutoring in English, for the GED and with basic reading and math skills for everyday life.

Sharing History: Kitsap County has a rich historical heritage. Help others learn more about our past by becoming a volunteer at one of our local museums.

RSVP photoNutrition: Kitsap County hosts a variety of ways to help make sure that no one goes hungry. Local food banks, Meals on Wheels programs, and meal sites help ensure the health of those in need by providing healthy meals.

Seniors/Adults with Disabilities: By providing essential transportation for adults isolated by health or other circumstances, you provide much needed human contact, socialization, conversation and friendship.

Medical: Hospitals and health centers offer a variety of ways to volunteer. You can help out in the gift shop, be a greeter, a patient liaison or monitor, or a variety of other assistive tasks.

Clerical/Office Assistance: Many organizations need a little extra help in the office. You could answer phones, greet visitors; help with the filing, or providing typing and computer skills.

Volunteer sites are located in Bremerton, Silverdale, Port Orchard and North Kitsap County, so you can help in your own neighborhood! For more information, or to become a volunteer, call: 360-377-5511 or 800-378-5771, or by e-mail.