Pennyrile Allied Community Services

RSVP Forms






FREE INCOME TAX PREPARATION

Residents of Christian county may call 270-886-9006, between the hours of 8:00 am and noon, Monday through Wednesday, for more information, including required documents, or to schedule a tax preparation appointment.  Hopkins county residents should call the Senior Citizens Center at 270-821-1620 and Muhlenberg county residents may call their Senior Citizens Center at 270-338-6222.  Residents of Trigg county should contact the John L. Street Library, 270-522-6301 for information and/or an appointment.



                                                                                                                                   
 
Misty Noel, RSVP Director
1100 S. Liberty St.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Phone:   (270) 886-6341   ext. 234
Fax:       (270) 885-6078






Karrie Rodgers, Administrative Assistant - RSVP
1100 S. Liberty St.
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Phone:   (270) 886-6341   ext. 233
Fax:       (270) 885-6078





Ginger Holland, Muhlenberg County RSVP
55 Career Way
Powderly, KY  42367
Phone: (270) 338-4043


 


Nancy Sellers, Hopkins County RSVP
200 N. Main St.
Madisonville, KY 42431
Phone: (270) 821-2252
Fax:      









Mary Robinson, Christian County RSVP
1402 W. 7th St
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Phone: (270) 886-8885
Fax: (270) 886-4516






Kathy Meredith, Trigg County RSVP
127 Joy Lane
Cadiz, KY 42211
Phone: (270) 522-0210
Fax: (270) 522-4541




The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recruits and places volunteers that are 
55 years of age or older in non-profit and public agencies throughout Christian, Hopkins, 
Muhlenberg and Trigg counties.  RSVP is America's largest network for people age 55 and older.

RSVP offers a full range of volunteer opportunities with thousands of local and national organizations. With RSVP, you choose how and where you want to serve.  You choose the amount of time you want to give.  You choose whether you want to draw on your skills or develop new ones.  In short, you find the opportunity thatís right for you.  And remember: When you volunteer, youíre not just helping others, youíre helping yourself.  Volunteering leads to new discoveries and new friends.  Plus, studies show that volunteering helps you to live longer and promotes a positive outlook on life.  So, get involved and join RSVP today! 

 Why Should A Person Be A Retired Senior Volunteer?

 There are several reasons:

1.   Once you have painted the porch, cleaned the basement and attic and visited your children, now what?  Maybe you want to start a new experience Ė Volunteering with an agency that really needs you may be that new experience.

 
2.
    Maybe you want to meet new people who also have the time to do something with   

     you.

 
3.
    All of your life you have wanted to become involved in your community but were  

     too busy; now you have the time.

 
4.
    Itís been fun having time for yourself and your family.  Now itís time to do

     something for others, those who need your help today!

  

What Are Your Benefits As A Retired Senior Volunteer?   

1.   The good feeling of belonging to a group of people dedicated to helping  others. 


2.   Insurance that can protect you while you are volunteering.  This is a benefit at no cost to a volunteer.


3.   Reimbursement, if desired, for using your vehicle to travel to and from your volunteer work, up to $20 per month.

 

4.   Making new friends or spending time with old ones.

  

RSVP is federally funded by The Corporation for National and Community Service; Fiscal Courts in Christian, Hopkins, Muhlenberg and Trigg counties; the cities of Cadiz, Dawson Springs, Greenville, Hopkinville and Madisonville; United Way of the Coalfield; 

United Way of the Pennyrile; and a Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP) Capacity Building Grant.  Together these funds support a full-time Director, a part-time assistant, a Coordinator for Christian and Trigg counties and another for Hopkins and Muhlenberg counties. 

 

For more information on our projects and programs and to find out how you can become a RSVP volunteer, please contact any of the above individuals or call the PACS Central Office in Hopkinsville at (270) 886-6341.



 


The Retired and Senior Volunteer Programs of Pennyrile Allied Community Services are 
supported agencies of the United Way.  Click on one of the following links to learn more 
about the United Way in your area and information concerning RSVP and its  many activities.
 
To access the website for United Way of the Coalfield go to:
 
To access the website for United Way of the Pennyrile go to: 

 










 
 


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