Retired/Senior Volunteer Program

RSVP: Connecting Seniors to the Community

NBC26 recently interviewed several RSVP volunteers, as well as RSVP Director Carol Sheier, about the value of seniors giving back to their community and how the RSVP program can help seniors find the opportunities that match their time, talents, and interests.
Click here to see the story.

If you'd like to learn more about becoming an RSVP volunteer, please click here.

RSVP Advisory Council

The RSVP Advisory Council, made up of community members and agency leaders, provides advice and support for the planning and development of the Volunteer Center of Brown County’s Retired/Senior Volunteer Program. 

Click on the photos below to learn more about our advisory council members.

Barb Beaver

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Jessica Blatz

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Kathy Sliwka

Senior Expo 2018

RSVP is a federally funded grant program administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service. Established in 1971 and now one of the largest senior volunteer organizations in the nation, RSVP engages more than 208,000 people age 55 and older in a diverse range of volunteer activities across the country.

RSVP staff members provide personalized assistance to match the volunteers’ interests, talents, and available time to current opportunities within their community. We currently have volunteers placed at 34 volunteer stations. Click here to see a list. While receiving assistance with selection of volunteer opportunities, the RSVP program can also:

  • Help you maintain and build social connections

  • Provide opportunities for you to develop new skills and knowledge

  • Allow you to keep using skills you developed over a lifetime

  • Guide you to volunteer opportunities that have high impacts in the community

  • Assist you with the transition into retirement

Did You Know?


In 2018, RSVP volunteers contributed

32,426 hours 

to non-profits in

our community, and volunteers ages 70-79 contributed the most toward this statistic (11,370 hours)!


The RSVP Volunteer Handbook can be found here. This will provide an overview of RSVP program benefits, as well as your rights and responsibilities as a volunteer.

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To accept this invitation to learn about volunteer opportunities that are right for you, contact Carol Sheier, the Volunteer Center's RSVP Director, at or (920) 429-9445. If you would like an enrollment form, click here or on the red box below. Then you may download it, fill it out, and submit it to us electronically. Alternatively, you may also print it out and fax it to us, mail it to us, or drop it off in person at 984 9th St., Green Bay, WI 54304.


Forms for Current RSVP Volunteers

Click here for the Travel Reimbursement Form, including the Volunteer Center's travel reimbursement policy. Download and print as many as you need.

Click here for the Individual Hours Report (there are two per page). Download and print as many as you need.

Our Mission

The Volunteer Center of Brown County is a nonprofit organization creating a stronger community by engaging volunteers to support nonprofit partners.

Contact Us

Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am - 4pm

Location: 984 9th Street, Green Bay, WI 54304

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