Community Volunteers

Attention RSVP Volunteers!!
RSVP’s 50th Anniversary Volunteer Appreciation Event
October 6, 2022 at The Fields Reserve, Stoughton



RSVP is excited to celebrate their 50th Anniversary in person! Not only will they recognize all volunteers, but those with 4,000 volunteer hours will be presented with a Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award and those with 20 years of service will receive RSVP’s Length of Service Award. The program will include entertainment by Universal Sound, wonderful door prizes and a delicious lunch. Invitations will be mailed in September. Box lunches (salad and a hot entree) will be served at the end of the program.


If you need transportation, please contact VSC. If you have questions, please call Margie Zutter at RSVP of Dane County, 608-663-7536.



Event Details
Sunday, October 2, 2022
8:30 AM Event Opens
10 AM Opening Ceremony
10:15 AM Walk


Join the Verona Memory Champions team at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sunday, October 2, 2022.

Our fundraising goal is $250.00, set by the Verona Dementia Friendly Committee. Team progress will be posted at the Verona Senior Center starting in September.



Location: Vel Phillips Memorial High School, 201 S Gammon Rd., Madison, WI
Donate and sign up to walk through the Walk to End Alzheimer’s website or contact Jan Paul at 608-845-7471 for more information.

Updated 10/1/2021

Verona Dementia Friendly

Sunday, October 3, 2021

James Madison Memorial High School in Madison


8:30 AM – Registration

10:00 AM – Promise Garden/Opening Ceremony

10:15 AM – Walk Begins


Join the Verona Dementia Friendly team, “The Verona Memory Champions” as we help spread awareness about Alzheimer’s Disease.


Anyone can support the cause by joining us for the walk or donating to the cause through the Alzheimer’s Association.  If you would like to join our team please contact:


Janice Paul  608-848-0436 or


Donations can be made online under the team name “Verona Memory Champions.”


To learn more about the walk or to register click here:

Updated 5/25/2022


  Meals on Wheels Drivers Needed!!!!!


We are currently looking for more Meals on Wheels drivers.  Do you have an hour one day a week?  Then this volunteer opportunity is for you!

We are in need of volunteers to take meals out into our community to seniors who are homebound. This is a wonderful program and you are

sure to bless someone’s life. If you are interested, please give the Senior Center a call at 845-7471.

We would love to chat with you more about this opportunity!

Updated 5/25/2022


Volunteer Opportunities: Are you interested in volunteering?


The following are our top volunteer needs:


  • RSVP Home delivered Meal Drivers
  • RSVP Drivers for Medical Appointments
  • Help with the Friends’ Website
  • Event Assistants
  • Foot Care Assistants
  • Front Desk Assistants


Do you have a special hobby you would like to share?  Do you like to travel?  Play piano?

Would you like to teach a class?  Start a choir?  Lead a sing-along?

Whatever your interests are, we have a volunteer opportunity for you!

Call Alasa Wiest 608-845-7471 to learn more.


Posted 4/14/19

Have you ever considered becoming a Foster Grandparent???


If you are over the age of 55 and looking for a way to make a difference in students’ lives, consider becoming a foster grandparent through RSVP of Dane County.


We ask you to commit to a training program, live in Dane County, be income eligible and give just 5 hours a week working one-on-one with students at their school.

As a foster grandparent you will receive a tax-free stipend, mileage and lunch reimbursement.

To find out more about the foster grandparent program call RSVP of Dane County at 608-238-7787.


Volunteering your time and talents as a foster grandparent helps not only a child succeed in school, it benefits our whole community as well.



Posted 6/20/18

July – Volunteers  Impacting the Community

Pictured holding a banner with a group of nursing students is our own John Scharer (far right) and Don Kirschner (far left) who have been volunteering their time for several years to educate communities and organizations on how to become dementia friendly.


On June 21, the UW-Madison School of Nursing launched their “Dementia Friendly Toolkit” which includes training materials to help healthcare staff, service providers, family members and others better communicate with and advocate for people living with dementia.


We thank John and Don for their dedication and contributing their talents and knowledge to improving our larger Dane County community.