Stories

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  • Volunteerism as the New Rx

    Seniors improve health and happiness through community service

    Seniors improve health and happiness through community service

  • When a Shelter Becomes a Home

    Durango Community Shelter Offers Hope to Homeless Families in Need

    Volunteers of America Colorado's Durango Community Shelter Offers Hope to Homeless Families in Need

  • University of Denver Law Clinic Recovers More Than $7.2 Million for Colorado Veterans

    A University of Denver Law Clinic housed at the Volunteers of America Veteran Services Center, called the Veteran's Advocacy Project, helps veterans recover funds through VA disability benefit appeals and Discharge Upgrade cases.

  • City Harvest

    Feeding a Community

    Volunteers of America's City Harvest initiative serves over 57 non-profit food banks across the Denver Metro Area.

  • Dallas Transplant Finds Community Volunteering in Denver

    What can you gain from giving back?

    New local resident finds a home through volunteering and giving back to the community.

  • Joseph's Story

    Volunteers of America helped Joseph and his family off of the streets and onto the next steps in rebuilding their lives.

  • Johnathan and Shandale's Story

    Johnathan Hawkins and his wife Shandale found a home for their young growing family with a little help from Volunteers of America.

  • Dexter and Michelle's Story

    Couple shares the impact the Volunteers of America Mission had on them during a difficult time of their life.

  • Saint Fort's Story

    Veteran family faces challenge they never expected: homelessness

  • Ashley's Story

    Ashley Sims was the first of many homeless Veterans in Northern Colorado who found hope and a home through Volunteers of America's Veteran Services.