Celebrating 45 Years and Other News
Dear Friends,

RSVP is thrilled to share its 2018 Annual Impact Report with you.

Through the gifts of volunteerism, individual donations, corporate contributions and grants - RSVP stewarded the support for Nevada’s seniors, veterans, caregivers and adults living with a disability to ensure they receive the care and lifesaving services they deserve.

Thank you for your support and for being part of the solution to foster healthy communities in our state. Please click Report .
Volunteer Spotlight! 

RSVP welcomes Tonya Brum to its team of volunteer leaders. Tonya joined RSVP in November as the Nye County Field Representative. Tonya brings a wealth of knowledge to her new post with a background in marketing, community services and volunteerism. 

To send Tonya a warm welcome, please call 775-751-5282 or email: pahrump@nvrsvp.com .   
RSVP Honors Volunteers December 13

At the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have made our progress possible. On December 13th RSVP will recognize the dedicated volunteers that share their lifetime of experience to assist others and help improve the quality of life in Nevada communities.

RSVP will honor volunteers during its Annual Volunteer Recognition Christmas & Holiday Celebration at the Carson Nugget on December 13th, 11am - 2pm.

Please contact Sandy Severance, RSVP HCP/Veterans VIP Program Director, at 775-687-4680, x6, for sponsorship opportunities, confirm attendance, or for more info.  
Alzheimer's Association offers FREE education

Dementia Conversations is a class that is especially helpful if your loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. It’s also good for those who may have noticed signs of dementia in a loved one but aren’t sure how to talk about it with them.

The Alzheimer's Association will present its next class on December 11, 10:30 - 12:30, Carson City Library, 900 Roop St.

To RSVP call 800-272-3900.
Caregivers are Shining Stars

We are thrilled to announce RSVP volunteers; Skip Becker and Daniel Hugh O’Connor, were recognized for their commitment and remarkable contribution they make to others as Honorees at the 14 th Annual Caregiver Recognition Event presented by the Nevada Caregivers Coalition.

Congratulations to Skip and Daniel for your service as the quiet heroes who enhance the quality of life for frail elders, Veterans and persons living with an illness or disability in Nevada’s rural communities.    
What Is REAL ID?

In the years following the tragic incident of September 11, laws have been put in place to combat terrorism. One of those laws is the REAL ID Act.

Under the REAL ID Act, minimum security standards for the production and issuance of drivers licenses and state identification cards were put in place. If minimum standards are not met, individual federal agencies are prohibited from allowing entrance.

Beginning on October 1, 2020, a person must have a REAL ID-compliant license or ID card to access federal facilities, board commercial aircraft, and enter nuclear power plants.

REAL ID is NOT required to enter banks, post offices (independent agency), vote, apply for or receive government benefits, access health care, drive, etc.  For more info. visit: REAL ID
                   Client Testimonial Shows Impact

“I am soon to be 95 and RSVP is a great comfort to me. I have been widowed 20 years and my youngest son was my caregiver. Two months ago he passed away, so my caregiver is my oldest son who lives 250 miles away. So, you have become my caregiver. I do thank you for your service.”

Carson City resident
RSVP 2019 Annual Client survey
Mission Statement

To provide Lifesaving Volunteer Programs that Help Seniors Maintain
Their Dignity, Self-Respect & Independence