And you only have to look at the wonderful letters and emails we receive to know that RSVP certainly does that".
"Yes," says Anne, "we've invested heavily in technology, but what makes us distinctive and what people seek out is our level of personal service.
The technology means we can work smarter, achieve better matches for members and stay in touch with people using their preferred communication method".
"I'm also hugely proud of the fact that we welcome people of all ages over 30.
Patrick Mac Donald first opened the doors of RSVP to the singles in Northamptonshire in 1992.
Such was the demand - and the lack of credible, sophisticated alternatives - that the formula of hand-picked matches and singles events in Leicester and Bedford soon followed.
Further expansion quickly followed as the organisation grew and Patrick was joined by General Manager Gaynor Macrow.
Through high-profile advertising and an enviable word-of-mouth reputation, RSVP soon became the way to meet your new partner across the Heart of England.
Dating in Birmingham, Dating in Leicester and Dating in Rugby with RSVP soon became easier as RSVP opened offices as the membership expanded to cover the locations RSVP serves today.
By 2006, RSVP had over 14,000 lifetime members on its books.
After 14 years leading one of the most successful introduction agencies and singles clubs in the UK, Patrick finally decided to retire in 2006, leaving the organisation in great shape for enthusiastic new owners. RSVP Singles Club today is a family-owned organisation - led by husband and wife team Anne Stringer and Roland Stringer.
Anne is chief matchmaker: "I wanted to do something which changes peoples lives.