Denver needs a home for Veterans services, but we need your help to build it.


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    Cool Down and Be Safe Colorado

    Volunteer of America Handyman Program presents the 13th annual Cool Down and Be Safe Colorado campaign to keep Colorado Seniors safe this summer. If you are 60 or older, on a limited income and have not participated in previous years, you are eligible for One Free Fan.

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    Volunteer at Westword Music Showcase

    We are recruiting individual and group volunteers for Westword Music Showcase. A portion of the proceeds from the Showcase will benefit Volunteers of America programs, so your time spent volunteering will help ensure Volunteers of America programs continue strong. Volunteers will receive a free pass into the Westword Showcase and are welcome to enjoy the festivities before or after their shift!

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    "Volunteers of America gave me a second chance at normal," said Jamal. "Food, shelter and someone who actually cares about me." You can help veterans like Jamal who need some help getting back to "normal." Volunteers of America is building a Veteran Service Center in Denver. Our plan is to make this building a one-stop for Veterans to get access to the service they need. You can help.

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