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What is a Volunteer Station?

Any place a RSVP volunteer works that helps address community needs is called a station. It can be a public, private non-profit organization or health care facility. Each station must sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the RSVP office and provide a copy of their 501 (c) (3) if applicable. A MOU establishes working relations, cooperation and communication between the volunteer station and RSVP.

Volunteer stations provide volunteers with supervision and materials necessary to work effectively. They also explain the job assignments, answer questions and sign the volunteer timesheets.

RSVP volunteers do not replace paid staff at a station. No one at a volunteer station will ask you to do anything that the staff is unwilling to do.

Station Benefits


RSVP stations have access to more then 740 RSVP's active volunteers when looking for volunteers to help meet their needs. Being a Caddo/Bossier RSVP station also allows you to take advantage of RSVP's networking and community partnerships, giving stations addition access to more then 1,500 other community volunteers.
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