RSVP Singapore The Organisation of Senior Volunteers is an Institution of Public Character and the National Centre of Excellence for Senior Volunteerism under the patronage of Mdm Halimah Yacob, President of the Republic of Singapore. The organisation started in 1998 and was launched by then-Prime Minister Mr Goh Chok Tong. RSVP Singapore is a registered society under the Societies Act and a member of the National Council of Social Service (NCSS).
Since its inception, RSVP Singapore has been actively engaging seniors in purpose-driven volunteerism. With over 1,000 members and 1,500 ad-hoc volunteers, RSVP Singapore serves more than 200,000 beneficiaries each year including the mentally disadvantaged, at-risk children from low income families, and socially isolated seniors through its community service programmes.
To make every senior a volunteer.
Our Core Values
- Building Relationships
- Service to Others
- Sharing Experience
To develop senior volunteers and provide meaningful opportunities to serve the needs of the community.
Awards and Recognition
2019 – RSVP Singapore was one of the first six organisations to be awarded the inaugural Digital Participation Pledge from Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). We also received the Charity Transparency Awards at the Charity Governance Awards 2019.
2018 – RSVP Singapore received the Charity Transparency Awards at the Charity Governance Awards 2018. We were also appointed as the National Centre of Excellence for Senior Volunteerism.
2014 – RSVP Singapore received the 2014 Charity Council’s Special Commendation Award for Strong Management Practices.
2010 – RSVP Singapore was awarded the NCSS Outstanding VWO Award 2010 for Innovation.
About Our Logo
This bold type based logo reflects the new vision with attention on SENIOR VOLUNTEERS. At the core of volunteerism is a heart of gold that is patient, giving and selfless.
Here the stylised heart is formed by two interlocking arms of the letter ‘V’. The weave-like overlapping of the strokes in the heart represent the close relationships the organisation hopes to build with its volunteers, community and all other stakeholders.
The dark cornflower blue represents a mature organisation with more services and will be more professional, while the mandarin gold represents distinctive standards and service with passion.