2G RSVP

Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Retired seniors fulfill a crucial need through the Volunteers of America Oklahoma RSVP program which connects volunteers, age 55 and over, with meaningful community service. Volunteers choose to serve at a variety of non-profit agencies matching their interests and skills to serve their local community. 


Research shows that Americans over age 50 who volunteer have lower disability issues and high levels of well-being. 


Volunteers make a difference!

RSVP volunteers choose how, where, and how often they want to serve, with commitments ranging from a few hours to 40 hours per week.

Volunteers receive pre-service orientation, training from the organization where they will serve, and supplemental insurance while on duty.

Areas of service include: assistance to elderly neighbors with meal delivery, transportation and companionship, reading with pre-schoolers, assistance at community food and clothing banks, clerical service to veterans at VA Medical Center and disaster relief.

C.R. volunteers with Extra Eyes, a program of the City of Muskogee to provide additional security.

 RSVP program is offered to seniors in Cherokee, McIntosh, Muskogee and Sequoyah counties. 

The RSVP Muskogee office is located at 3536 E. Chandler Road.


"After my husband died, I was lonely. Working as an RSVP volunteer gives me purpose in my life again."

- Kay, RSVP volunteer and recipient of the 2018 Heart of Courage award

Are you a senior who wants to volunteer?
We need you!

Complete the form and we will be in contact with you. 

Your information will be kept private and secure.

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  • 410

    RSVP volunteers deliver meals to elderly, provide reading help for children and support at food/clothing banks

  • 65,073

    volunteer hours served last year

  • 7,214

    people served by RSVP volunteers

  • $1.6 million

    value of service to the local community based on $25.43 per hour (Independent Sector rate)