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Volunteering Doesn’t Just Help Those in Need.
It is a highly therapeutic and holistic activity that heals the mind, body, and soul of the giver. For this reason, we provide lots of volunteer opportunities and celebrate those who volunteer.
Interested in Volunteering?
Check Out Our Current Volunteer Opportunities By Clicking the Button Below.
Each month we highlight a super volunteer – someone who is truly making a difference in our community. For the month of May, our spotlight is on:
Roger has been volunteering his time in Clinton and surrounding Hickman Co. He helps the Mission House, Salvation Army and The Senior Center
Joann volunteers at the Senior Center every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for Senior Exercise. She keeps the hearts beating here at the center, and is so appreciated!
Changing Lives is a Fulfilling Experience
Challenges can humbling and give us the passion to strive for excellence in everything we do. Although volunteering is a challenging endeavor, it can also be highly rewarding, giving us a sense of purpose and connecting us to the world around us.
You Have a Sense of Community
Volunteers feel a sense of community, which has a positive impact on their health and overall well-being. Volunteering satisfies our need for community and helping others. Changing someone’s life fosters relationships. On a larger scale, these relationships form the heart of healthy communities.
You Build Confidence and Self-Esteem
Volunteering and sharing your talents for the good of others is an effective way for you to learn more about yourself. Once you see the good that you are capable of doing, you have the confidence you need to keep climbing. You also inspire others to keep climbing.
You Learn from Others
It’s hard to claim that once we have started a career, or have started to settle down, we have stopped learning. We are learning about each other and ourselves every day. When we volunteer, not only do we learn a new skill or trade, we also learn the skills and trade that other volunteers that we work with bring along.
Signup to Volunteer with RSVP
Ready to volunteer with the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of Paducah/McCracken County, use the form below to sign up. We will contact you once we receive the information.
Volunteer Requirements & Benefits
Here are some of the requirements and benefits for volunteering with the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. You: