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  • Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Denver
    RSVP is for those 55 and older who want to give back. RSVP works with partner volunteer agencies to place volunteers in regular volunteer positions as well as VOA and special events.
  • Irving Street Women’s Residence
    Office Assistant: Answer phones, provide bus passes, distribute hygiene items and cleaning supplies to residents. Copying, filing, data entry and other light office work. Activity Leader: Plan and lead an activity for the residents. Activities can fit volunteer’s interest such as crafts, games, health and fitness, or life skills.
  • RSVP Program Volunteer
    RSVP Volunteers – looking for something else? We work to match volunteers age 55+ with opportunities at more than 60 other organizations throughout Larimer County! You could mentor kids, take care of pets, build homes, greet new visitors, comfort the sick, clothe children in need, or any number of other things! Let us help you find your perfect volunteer opportunity. For more information about RSVP, click on “Northern Colorado Services” on the left side bar, then select “RSVP Program” from the list or contact: volmanager@frii.com, (970)-472-9630.
  • Fort Collins Office Volunteer
    Office Support – Help us deliver all these important services for seniors by supporting us in the office. You will work with people who care about Seniors and the community, and support important work. Contact: volmanager @frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Fort Collins Dining Centers Volunteer
    Meal Servers – Serve noontime meals to Seniors at sites throughout Larimer County. Meet new people and enjoy a nutritious hot meal. All volunteers receive a free meal on the days they serve. Opportunities available in Loveland, Fort Collins, Wellington, and Bellvue. Contact: voafood@frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Foster Grandparent Program
    The Foster Grandparent program offers opportunities for low income seniors to spend quality time with young people, from reading to Head Start preschoolers and tutoring schoolchildren, to mentoring at-risk youth. Seniors with a love for children who are willing to devote 15 - 40 hours or more per week find the perfect volunteer match in the Foster Grandparent Program. Benefits include making a difference in the life of a child, contributing to your community and a non-taxable stipend.
  • Snow Buddies Volunteer
    Snow Buddies pairs volunteers with seniors in the Metro Area to shovel walks. Volunteers are paired with seniors within a two-mile radius of their home.
  • Fort Collins Grocery Program Volunteer
    Grocery Delivery Drivers – Make a difference in the lives of homebound seniors and adults with disabilities by delivering their groceries once a week. Our clients can no longer drive to get their own groceries – volunteers are a big support, bringing them what they need each week…including a friendly face to visit for a little while. Delivery is Thursdays between 11:30am and 1pm. Volunteers may serve as subs or regular volunteers. Contact: voaprograms@frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Fort Collins Meals on Wheels Volunteer
    Meals on Wheels Delivery Drivers – Make a difference in the lives of homebound seniors in Fort Collins by delivering a batch of nutritious frozen meals once a week. Our Seniors are able to live in their own homes longer because of Meals on Wheels. Volunteers may serve a subs or regular volunteers. Contact: voafood@frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Youth Volunteer Program
    Groups of youth (ages 11-17) can volunteer in a variety of our programs. Youth volunteers can work with children in Head Start schools, help the homeless, assist homebound seniors, and much more.
  • Youth Action Team
    The Denver Action Team a high-school service club for students in the Denver Area. Action Teams work with the Major League Baseball Player's Trust to help their community. Action Team Volunteers help with Rake Up, Colorado!, organize events for our Head Start Programs, work with our Literacy Day and much, much more.
  • Fort Collins Caring Companion Volunteer
    Caring Companions – Warm hearts with your kindness. Allow family caregivers to take a much-needed break by visiting with their loved-one in their home. Volunteers visit with older adults, providing friendship only – no medical assistance. Opportunities throughout Larimer County. Very flexible schedule. Contact: voarespite@frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Family Volunteer Program
    The Volunteers of America Family Volunteer Program provides families the opportunity to positively impact our local community while spending quality time together and strengthening communication and bonds between parents and kids. Families with children of all ages can volunteer for one of our ongoing opportunities or at our monthly family volunteer projects.
  • Fort Collins Handyman Volunteer
    Handy people – Make it possible for elders and individuals with disabilities keep living in their own homes by making home safety improvements (e.g. installing grab-bars, handrails, chair risers, wheelchair ramps, etc.). Opportunities throughout Larimer County. Very flexible schedule. Contact: voaprograms@frii.com or (970)-472-9630
  • Bannock Youth Center
    Bannock Youth Center serves youth between the ages of 16-24.
  • Head Start Assistant
    Head Start is a pre-kindergarten program for children 3 to 5 years of age.
  • Family Motel
    The Family Motel provides emergency housing to homeless families and individuals.
  • Handyperson
    Provide minor home repairs and safety modifications for limited-income seniors in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties.
  • Meals on Wheels
    Volunteer groups and individuals are needed to deliver the noon meal to homebound seniors.
  • Market Meals
    Pack and/or deliver a monthly package of food to homebound seniors.
  • Healthy Aging
    This program's focus includes improved nutrition, physical activity, fall prevention, and chronic disease self management specifically for seniors.
  • Office Volunteer
    Volunteers are needed to assist with a variety of tasks around the office.
  • Brandon Center/Theodora House
    Brandon Center and Theodora House is a 118-bed shelter for battered and/or homeless women and their children and homeless women veterans.
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About the Guild   
Action Alert: Please Support Senate Bill 13-127 to Increase Appropriations to the Older Coloradoans Fund    
Advocacy 101   
Bannock Youth CenterBannock Youth Center serves youth between the ages of 16-24. Central DenverHomelessness & SheltersGayle Novak
303-297-0408
Brandon Center/Theodora HouseBrandon Center and Theodora House is a 118-bed shelter for battered and/or homeless women and their children and homeless women veterans. West Denver, more info provided at OrientationHomelessness & SheltersGayle Novak
303-297-0408
Charitable Deduction Letter   
City Contacts   
Family MotelThe Family Motel provides emergency housing to homeless families and individuals. West DenverHomelessness & SheltersGayle Novak
303-297-0408
Family Volunteer ProgramThe Volunteers of America Family Volunteer Program provides families the opportunity to positively impact our local community while spending quality time together and strengthening communication and bonds between parents and kids. Families with children of all ages can volunteer for one of our ongoing opportunities or at our monthly family volunteer projects. Denver, CO, 80205AllDyanna Spicher
303-297-0408 x 13310
Fort Collins Caring Companion VolunteerCaring Companions – Warm hearts with your kindness. Allow family caregivers to take a much-needed break by visiting with their loved-one in their home. Volunteers visit with older adults, providing friendship only – no medical assistance. Opportunities throughout Larimer County. Very flexible schedule. Contact: voarespite@frii.com or (970)-472-9630 Larimer County, COAllBrittany Barella
970-472-9630
Fort Collins Dining Centers VolunteerMeal Servers – Serve noontime meals to Seniors at sites throughout Larimer County. Meet new people and enjoy a nutritious hot meal. All volunteers receive a free meal on the days they serve. Opportunities available in Loveland, Fort Collins, Wellington, and Bellvue. Contact: voafood@frii.com or (970)-472-9630 Larimer County, COHunger & Food BankWade Kinsey
(970)-472-9630
Fort Collins Grocery Program VolunteerGrocery Delivery Drivers – Make a difference in the lives of homebound seniors and adults with disabilities by delivering their groceries once a week. Our clients can no longer drive to get their own groceries – volunteers are a big support, bringing them what they need each week…including a friendly face to visit for a little while. Delivery is Thursdays between 11:30am and 1pm. Volunteers may serve as subs or regular volunteers. Contact: voaprograms@frii.com or (970)-472-9630 Larimer County, COAllBill Patterson
970-472-9630
Fort Collins Handyman VolunteerHandy people – Make it possible for elders and individuals with disabilities keep living in their own homes by making home safety improvements (e.g. installing grab-bars, handrails, chair risers, wheelchair ramps, etc.). Opportunities throughout Larimer County. Very flexible schedule. Contact: voaprograms@frii.com or (970)-472-9630Larimer County, COAllBill Patterson
970-472-9630
Fort Collins Meals on Wheels VolunteerMeals on Wheels Delivery Drivers – Make a difference in the lives of homebound seniors in Fort Collins by delivering a batch of nutritious frozen meals once a week. Our Seniors are able to live in their own homes longer because of Meals on Wheels. Volunteers may serve a subs or regular volunteers. Contact: voafood@frii.com or (970)-472-9630 Larimer County, COAllWade Kinsey
970-472-9630
Fort Collins Office VolunteerOffice Support – Help us deliver all these important services for seniors by supporting us in the office. You will work with people who care about Seniors and the community, and support important work. Contact: volmanager @frii.com or (970)-472-9630 Larimer County, COAdministrativeSandy Beardmore
970-742-9630
Foster Grandparent ProgramThe Foster Grandparent program offers opportunities for low income seniors to spend quality time with young people, from reading to Head Start preschoolers and tutoring schoolchildren, to mentoring at-risk youth. Seniors with a love for children who are willing to devote 15 - 40 hours or more per week find the perfect volunteer match in the Foster Grandparent Program. Benefits include making a difference in the life of a child, contributing to your community and a non-taxable stipend. Denver, CO, 80205MentoringKevin McLaughlin
303-297-0408
Handyperson Provide minor home repairs and safety modifications for limited-income seniors in Adams, Arapahoe, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties. Various homes across metro Denver.MaintenanceWayne Chitwood
303-297-0408
Head Start AssistantHead Start is a pre-kindergarten program for children 3 to 5 years of age.DenverEducation & LiteracyGayle Novak
303-297-0408
Healthy AgingThis program's focus includes improved nutrition, physical activity, fall prevention, and chronic disease self management specifically for seniors.Varies in Denver MetroRecreational ActivitiesAda Anderson
303-297-0408
Irving Street Women’s ResidenceOffice Assistant: Answer phones, provide bus passes, distribute hygiene items and cleaning supplies to residents. Copying, filing, data entry and other light office work. Activity Leader: Plan and lead an activity for the residents. Activities can fit volunteer’s interest such as crafts, games, health and fitness, or life skills. Denver, CO, 80205AllGayle Novak
303.297.0408 x 13125
Market MealsPack and/or deliver a monthly package of food to homebound seniors.Michael Kern Kitchen, 2660 Larimer St. DenverHunger & Food BankAndrew Wilson
303-297-0408
Meals on WheelsVolunteer groups and individuals are needed to deliver the noon meal to homebound seniors. Varies, metro DenverHunger & Food BankBrooke Eastman
303-297-0408 x 13113
Office VolunteerVolunteers are needed to assist with a variety of tasks around the office. 2660 Larimer St. Denver, COAdministrativeGayle Novak
303-297-0408
Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) DenverRSVP is for those 55 and older who want to give back. RSVP works with partner volunteer agencies to place volunteers in regular volunteer positions as well as VOA and special events.Denver, CO, 80205AllJessica Krough
303-297-0408 x 13126
RSVP Program VolunteerRSVP Volunteers – looking for something else? We work to match volunteers age 55+ with opportunities at more than 60 other organizations throughout Larimer County! You could mentor kids, take care of pets, build homes, greet new visitors, comfort the sick, clothe children in need, or any number of other things! Let us help you find your perfect volunteer opportunity. For more information about RSVP, click on “Northern Colorado Services” on the left side bar, then select “RSVP Program” from the list or contact: volmanager@frii.com, (970)-472-9630.Larimer County, COAllCarrie Olenick
(970)-472-9630
Snow Buddies VolunteerSnow Buddies pairs volunteers with seniors in the Metro Area to shovel walks. Volunteers are paired with seniors within a two-mile radius of their home. Denver, CO, 80205MaintenanceKim Nihon
303-297-0408
Snow Buddies Volunteer Application   
Snow Buddies Volunteer Fair Credit Disclosure   
Snow Buddies Volunteer Handbook   
Snow Buddies Volunteer Indemnification   
The Public Policy Initiative    
Tips for Contacting Your Elected Officials   
VOA Public Policy Intern Summer 2013   
Youth Action TeamThe Denver Action Team a high-school service club for students in the Denver Area. Action Teams work with the Major League Baseball Player's Trust to help their community. Action Team Volunteers help with Rake Up, Colorado!, organize events for our Head Start Programs, work with our Literacy Day and much, much more.Denver, CO, 80205AllDyanna Spicher
303-297-0408 x 13310
Youth Volunteer ProgramGroups of youth (ages 11-17) can volunteer in a variety of our programs. Youth volunteers can work with children in Head Start schools, help the homeless, assist homebound seniors, and much more. Denver, CO, 80205AllDyanna Spicher
303-297-0408 x 13310