The RSVP program was the founding program of the Flint Hills Volunteer Center (formerly named RSVP of the Flint Hills). We continue to place volunteers aged 55 and older in opportunities with local nonprofit organizations to help others.

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Schools of Hope

The Schools of Hope program is designed to help children learn to read through one-on-one tutoring by our volunteers. There are volunteer opportunities for individuals as well as corporations.

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Veterans and Families Support

Fort Riley is such an integral part of our community that we jump at the opportunity to help our troops and their families. With the veterans and families support program we provide volunteers to assist the Fort Riley USO with their “Cookie Brigade” and “No Dough Dinners”.

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Youth Volunteer Corps

The youth in our community have such a strong desire to give back that we have developed a program to help them do just that. With the Youth Volunteer Corps, kids are able to volunteer their time while learning leadership skills that will provide them value in their future.

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2019 New Programs

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, one person dies by suicide every 17 hours in the state of Kansas. Through our 2019 initiatives, suicide prevention is a new project that the Flint Hills Volunteer Center is undertaking within our surrounding communities. 

Our nation is in the midst of an unprecedented opioid epidemic. Recognizing the severity of this crisis, the Flint Hills Volunteer Center will be getting involved in prevention. 

According to the Department of Justice, the mission of the Elder Justice Initiative is to support and coordinate the Department’s enforcement and programmatic efforts to combat elder abuse, neglect and financial fraud and scams that target our nation’s seniors. Together our mission is to combat elder abuse and financial exploitation, encourage reporting abuse, and educate the public to make America safer for all.