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Volunteer Now with RSVP Trailblazers

Right now, there is a kid who needs your help. 

And they have no one else.



 

The RSVP Trailblazers Program is an invitation to help students succeed. It is part of a national initiative that provides volunteer opportunities to persons aged 55 and over who want to remain actively involved in the life of their community. The goal is to develop specific volunteer opportunities that utilize the unique skills and interests of each volunteer and pair them with the needs of the community; in this case the educational and emotional needs of our youth and adults.
 
RSVP Trailblazers’ specific goal is to focus volunteer talents on greater academic success by tutoring, mentoring and sharing life experiences with our youth and adults. RSVP Trailblazers operates in Anderson, Clark, Scott and Woodford Counties. As a United Way of the Bluegrass Program, Trailblazers develops volunteer and resource partnerships with youth and adult education initiatives throughout the Bluegrass.


Click here to apply or call 2-1-1 now to be connected with an organization that has volunteer opportunities that vary to meet the needs, interests, experiences, insights and skills you have to share with youth in our community.

Only you can make a lasting difference.

Call 2-1-1 today or click here to apply now!


To see examples of Trailblazer activities, click here.

 

For questions about the program or to learn more about how you can help, click here.

Feel free to talk with program director Patrick Tuck.

 

To download a copy of the Volunteer Policies and Procedures Handbook, click here.