We partner with over 75 different nonprofit/public organizations and currently have 377 volunteers placed in regular assignments. If you are interested in working with RSVP, get in touch!


We prioritize placing volunteers at stations that provide:

  • Transportation programs that give free/reduced rides to home-bound seniors & people with disabilities

  • Meals on Wheels programs to home-bound seniors & people with disabilities

  • Food Pantry programs that gather and give free food to people in need and food drives

  • Companionship programs for seniors

  • Financial Literacy for seniors by helping clients balance accounts and pay bills

  • AARP/VITA Tax Assistance programs that serve low-income community members

  • Lead or Assist Bone Builder Classes

If you don't fall into one of those categories, don't worry - we have over 100 volunteers placed at community nonprofits in other roles. Some of those are: senior meal sites, library and museum support, K-12 mentoringknitting projects, community events, administrative support/mailings, and many more. 

To be a Green Mountain RSVP Volunteer Station, you must:

  1. Be a public, nonprofit, or proprietary health care organization

  2. Sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with us that outlines our mutual responsibilities

  3. Share a position description of the Volunteer Assignment with us 

  4. Agree to accept and support volunteers placed through RSVP while assigned to you

  5. Agree to accommodate volunteers with disabilities

  6. Agree to not discriminate against volunteers on the basis of: race, color, national origin, sex, age, political affiliation, religion, or disability

  7. Assign a Volunteer Supervisor who will confirm RSVP Volunteer hours each month (We accept, emails, phone calls, fax, and we use an online system (Better Impact) which you could have access to, in order to confirm hours.

  8. Assist RSVP with our annual impact surveys and data collection

In return, Green Mountain RSVP will:

  1. Recruit, interview, enroll, and orient RSVP Volunteers

  2. Refer and connect volunteers to your organization

  3. Support RSVP volunteers with recognition and social events

  4. Invite you to participate in volunteer recruitment fairs

  5. Assist with background checks as needed

  6. Furnish secondary accident, personal liability, and additional automobile insurance coverage for volunteers

  7. Provide impact data on services to stations each year

  8. Help promote your organization through social media, our newsletters, and word of mouth

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