What do you get when you mobilize the talent and expertise of workers 50+ to fill gaps in non-profit and government agencies, to fight poverty, to help navigate the health care system, to mentor and support our vulnerable young people?
Innovative social impact
- About ReServe
- Who We Are
ReServe is an idea whose time has come!! With ten thousand people turning 65 every day in this country –the pool of amazing talent is endless!! ReServe matches this talent with the expressed needs of government and social services agencies to help fill critical gaps such as support for Strategic Planning, foundation outreach, administrative support, event planning, IT administration, and so much more. ReServists, age 50+, hit the ground running and bring to organizations a tremendous work ethic, a “no-drama” attitude, and an amazing wealth of problem solving experience.
In addition to general capacity building, ReServe will work with your agency to develop proposals to government and foundations building in ReServists as a practical and cost effective part of the solution. ReServists bring tremendous skills in the areas of health care through our Health Care Navigator and Dementia Care Coaching products, education through our truancy fighting and college readiness programs and poverty fighting through our efforts to assist people obtain critical supports such as nutrition assistance and help applying for health care.
ReServe has over a decade of experience in leveraging this workforce for the good of communities. We have a story to tell and data to demonstrate success.
We invite you to contact us for more information, to read through our testimonials on our website and to explore the stories of impact.
Tap into the talent and energize your cause
ReServists bring their professional expertise to work on part-time service projects in exchange for a modest, hourly stipend. They want to work. They are committed to improving the life of their communities. They model balance and social entrepreneurship. And, they are an expert pool for sourcing affordable talent.
ReServe is supported by private and public grants and individual donations.