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Let us come together and serve our community by collecting blankets from January 3, 2017 till Martin Luther King Day (January 16th) for the Homeless and Needy. For more information click here...

Youth In Action Network meeting held at the Bon Aire LibraryBon Aire Library Branch - October 1, 2016 

Congratulations to the Youth In Action Network group who had worked diligently over the last month to help collect items for the RSVP Program for their Project Homeless Connect/VA Stand Down campaign.  The group had produced 36 bath towels, 80 wash cloths, 14 ladies socks and 59 men’s socks resulting in a total of 189 essential items for the local homeless community.
The major give away event will take place this Wednesday, October 5, from 8:30 AM to 2 PM at the Salvation Army campus located at 911 S. Brook Street in Louisville.  This year’s campaign and overall event is being sponsored and promoted by the Robley Rex Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC), Louisville Metro Community Services, Coalition for the Homeless and the Salvation Army.  So many volunteers and other community partners have helped RSVP with this important campaign and cannot be thanked enough for their compassion and gratitude towards an important issue/cause.

The Youth In Action Network is an organization that empowers young people to make a difference in their community through volunteering and working together.  There are currently 17 active members aged 6 to 16 years old.  The mission of the Youth In Action Network is to empower young people in building a positive image in their community through positive community activism and to offer educational opportunities that engage members of the Youth In Action Network in programs that create educational pathways after high school.  Youth in Action Network has been assisting with a wide range of important causes such as a Blood Drive, Sickle Cell Awareness, and “Light the Night” among many other things.


Helpful Resources

2016-2017 Funding Flow Chart Facts
Senior Corps Fact Sheet
Senior Corps Pledge
“Health Benefits of Volunteering for Older Americans”
“Tips For Boomers Who Want to Volunteer”
Foster Grandparent Program (FGP)
Senior Companion Program (SCP)

Donations Requested
RSVP, in conjunction with Metro United Way" are collecting items for the "Alabaster Box" project to benefit homeless individuals in our area.  Read more.

In honor of Martin Luther King Day, RSVP is collaborating with Blanket Louisville to collect blankets for Louisville's homeless and other needy individuals.  Read more.