> The Brazos Valley Area Agency on Aging

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Southeast Texas

What is RSVP?

RSVP is America’s largest volunteer network for people age 55 and over. RSVP invites you to join nearly 500,000 volunteers across the country who are tackling tough issues in their communities.

Think of RSVP this way. Most people have been invited to a party or two in their lifetimes. Those invitations may have been marked, “RSVP,” meaning that you were being asked to respond as to whether or not you would attend. Similarly, serving with RSVP is your way of responding to the invitation to make a difference in your community through volunteerism.

What do RSVP volunteers do?

RSVP of Southeast Texas volunteers do things like:

  • support children through Early Childhood Development programs
  • support the elderly and disabled through Home Delivered Meals, Medicare and Senior Fraud Education and Telephone Reassurance programs
  • support caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s or dementia through Respite Care programs
  • support needy families through Food Pantries
  • support communities through Disaster Preparedness programs
  • and much, much more!

For more information, or to get started, you can call or email:

RSVP Brazos Valley Regional Office
Serving Brazos, Burleson, Leon, Madison, and Robertson counties
Curt Sterner, RSVP Project Coordinator
979-595-2800, ext. 2021

RSVP Northern Regional Office
Serving Grimes, Liberty, Montgomery, and Walker Counties
Becky Brown, RSVP Project Coordinator

RSVP Western Regional Office
Serving Washington, Austin, Colorado, and Waller Counties
Mary Martin, RSVP Project Coordinator

RSVP of Southeast Texas is sponsored by the Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center, a United Way Agency. Through its Community Services, the JCC brings a variety of programs and activities, including RSVP, to the Greater Houston community for the betterment of all, regardless of religion, race or other distinctions.