Get Involved Seniors
Help Us Serve Seniors
Community support plays a critical role in RASP being able to serve older adults in our community. There are many ways you can help out, from donating your time or finances to serving on the RASP Advisory Council.
RASP Advisory Council
The purpose of this council is to advise and assist the Program Coordinator and Community Education Director to plan, develop, implement, and evaluate RASP. We invite community members who live in the Roseville Area School District and who are already active at RASP, and others who are interested in and/or have knowledge and skills in older adult educational programs and services to join the the Advisory Council. Members are asked to serve a two-year term on this council. There will be six meetings per year. The meetings are every other month on the first Tuesday of the month from 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Fairview Community Center. If you are interested in joining this advisory council, please contact Norm Kunselman, RASP Program Coordinator, at 651-604-3522 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteer with RASP
Volunteers of all ages assist our program in a variety of ways: Meals on Wheels drivers and packers, medical appointment drivers, office receptionist/data entry, special interest group leaders, special event help, friendly visitors, fundraising, and more. You are sure to find a place to make your own special contribution.
To learn more about current volunteer opportunities, call 651-604-3520 or click here to download a volunteer application and click here to see the volunteer confidentiality agreement.
The Roseville Area Senior Program relies on donors like you. Even the smallest donation helps RASP provide wellness visits and nutritious meals, transportation, service coordination, education, and social events to our most vulnerable neighbors. Click to learn about Legacy Giving and more.