East Valley Adult Resources



Where Do RSVP Volunteers Serve

The needs in eastern Maricopa, Gila and Pinal Counties, Arizona are numerous and diverse. RSVP volunteers are needed in schools, hospitals, thrift stores, senior centers, and more. These organizations provide regular opportunities as well as short term and special event volunteer opportunities.


As an RSVP volunteer, you are eligible for the following benefits:

Opportunities for Community InvolvementPartial mileage reimbursement, if requestedFree accidental and liability insurance while volunteering as well as supplemental automobile insurance while driving to and from your volunteer assignmentsAn Invitation to the RSVP Annual Volunteer Recognition LuncheonCurrent NewslettersBelong to a national organization, the Corporation for National and Community Service.


East Valley Adult ResourcesCorporation for National and Community Service

About RSVP (Become a Volunteer)

The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program is one of the largest volunteer efforts in the nation. As an RSVP volunteer, you choose where you want to serve, how to serve, when to serve, and the type of impact you will have on the community. RSVP staff strives to match your skills, experience, and interests with community needs. Last year, 677 RSVP volunteers provided 133,005 hours of service to 72 public and non-profit agencies. The service translates to a total savings of over $2 million to the recipient agencies. Many of the agencies and organizations could not exist without the time, expertise, skills, and dedication contributed by RSVP volunteers.

About East Valley RSVP

The East Valley RSVP is sponsored by East Valley Senior Services, Inc. and is a component of Senior Corps/the Corporation for National and Community Service. The communities served in Arizona are Chandler, Gilbert, Guadalupe, Mesa, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes and Tempe.

About Senior Corps

Senior Corps taps the skills, talents, and experience of more than half a million Americans age 55 and older to meet community needs in education, the environment, public safety, homeland security, and other areas. Senior Corps is administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service, which also oversees AmeriCorps and Learn and Serve America.

Mission: Lead by Experience
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