Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
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19272 US Highway 431

Guntersville, AL 35976

(256) 571-7734


RSVP office is located 1/2 mile north of the Hwy 431 bridge

Board of Directors:

Grover Williams,Chair

Brad Kitchens,Vice Chair

Patrick Smith, Treasurer

Tim Bollinger

David Dodd

Tim Jolley

Angie Moore

Martha Tingle

John Young

Nicole Reyes,

Janet Moore,

Administrative Assistant

Phil Mayer,

Resource Coordinator

Anna Erby,


Martha Kendrick,

Program Coordinator




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Lifelong Learning Academy

Volunteer Opportunities


Marshall County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program

19272 US Highway 431

Guntersville, Alabama 35976

Phone: (256)571-7734  Fax: (256)571-7775

Volunteer Opportunities

We may be closed for our activities at the RSVP facility, but there are still many opportunities to volunteer. If you would like to participate, download the Volunteer Application. You can email the completed form to us using the Contact Us Page. You can also mail it to the address at the bottom of this page. No matter which volunteer activity you choose, RSVP needs the hours you volunteer. Keep up with your hours using the Volunteer Hours Monthly Report. Send this in at the end of each month.

If you need more information use the Contact Us Page.


We at RSVP understand that you probably are not able to do your normal volunteer work and hope you are staying safe. Even with restrictions in place, many of you are volunteering differently by helping others and we need a report of the hours you have worked.

Have you done any of the following for the elderly or sick? Neighbors or friends?

All of these are great ways to volunteer. Have you done other tasks that could be considered volunteering in your community? Let us hear from you. Please either email your hours to or mail them to RSVP, 19272 US-431, Guntersville, 35976. Please include your name, type of task, and time spent doing task.

Here are some more opportunities to safely volunteer while our facility is closed:

1. Virtual Reading Buddies - Use a smartphone to record short videos of yourself reading a picture book for elementary students. You can send files to us through our Facebook page or email files using our Contact Us Page. You may also upload videos to YouTube and email the link to us.

2. Seniors Care Sew Much - Sew protective masks for healthcare workers, teachers, or others, or hairpin mitten bookmarks for elementary students.

3. Litter Bug Challenge - Adopt a block of your neighborhood or other areas for litter cleanup.

4. Project Sunshine Encouragement - Provide wellness call check-ins, make care packages, or send cards to shut-ins or seniors without family nearby. Send thank-you notes to healthcare workers, nursing home staff members, teachers, first responders, food service workers, veterans/current military personnel.

6.Make craft kits for those who are still homebound.