Senior Adult Services Inc.
RSVP 2013 Competition Appendix A Part 1 Funding Opportunities
An estimated 250 RSVP volunteers will serve. They will serve the community by participating in the following activities: Disaster Preparedness, Tax Consulting/Counseling, Transportation Services, Congregate Meals, Food Distribution/Collection, Independent Living-Seniors, and Community-Based Volunteer Programs, though a network of 26 volunteer stations such as community food banks, health care facilities, senior centers, schools, disaster assistance organizations, faith based programs, and community non-profit agencies. The primary focus area of this project is Healthy Futures. At the end of the three-year grant, Medicare beneficiaries will have been provided with needed asssistance and counseling, food pantries will help meet emergency needs of the community, volunteers and seniors will receive transportation, as well as many other community needs being met. The CNCS federal investment of $31,986 will be supplemented by $72,057.