Nourish your community with Metro Caring
Metro Caring is a welcoming, dignified, health-focused organization that meets hunger needs while addressing poverty. They use sustainable practices and education to nourish Denver metro individuals and families in need. With a number of volunteer roles to take on, you’re sure to make a difference with your unique skills and expertise. Please note that attending a volunteer orientation is a requirement for individual volunteers.
For more information or to get involved, check out their volunteer page.
Have questions? Contact Metro Caring’s volunteer coordinator Maryana Sawaged: Phone: (720) 343-8453 Email: email@example.com Wbesite: https://www.metrocaring.org/
Hospice Care of the Rockies and Kids Care of the Rockies
The small Denver based hospice serves adults and now children, with their newly developed pediatric program. The HCOTR mission is: to facilitate access to dignified, end-of-life care and quality services that allow patients and families the hospice option to live life richly, deeply, and meaningfully for as long as it lasts.
The volunteer options are endless and unique to you. With the ability to create your own hours, you can provide companionship, light household chores, or other services based on your skills and interests.
To find out how you can contribute contact volunteer coordinator, Amanda Perlstein: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (720) 614-9796 Website: https://www.hospicecareoftherockies.com/
Bike to end hunger with Denver Food Rescue
Love to bike? Combine that with the good feeling that goes with helping others and you’ll be the happiest person in Denver! With Denver Food Rescue, over 100 volunteers a week reach out to community partners to gather surplus food donations for their No Cost Grocery Program located in food deserts throughout Denver.
If biking (or driving) isn’t your thing, DFR has other ways for you to contribute! DFR has indoor volunteer opportunities too, like graphic design and fundraising. Check out their volunteer page to see how you can get involved. Please note that attending a volunteer orientation is a must.
For more information: Phone: (720) 675-7337 Email: email@example.com Website: https://denverfoodrescue.org/
Share your love for sports with individuals with special needs
All- Stars Club’s vision is to create a space for special needs persons to have fun and be active. No experience is necessary to make an impact with their one-on-one volunteer opportunities. With opportunities to be a buddy, coordinate events, and be a part of the S.E.R.V. Team, you are sure to find a role that suits your strengths. Details on what is available can be found on their volunteer page.
To find out more about All- Stars Club or participate in one of their monthly events contact Scott Russomanno: Phone: (303) 909-2562 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: https://www.allstarsclub.org/
Volunteer as group for Ronald McDonald House
In operation for the last 40 years, the Ronald McDonald House of Denver has been providing no-cost temporary housing for families of sick children. Volunteers are essential in their daily operation and in ensuring that the House can continue to support families in need. Ronald McDonald Houses of Denver offers opportunities for groups of up to ten people in meal preparation and house cleaning. Detailed on their volunteer page, there are also individual and drive opportunities, ensuring that there is a way you can help.
For more information on volunteering contact Stasi McMurchy Phone: 720-382-7221 Email: email@example.com Website: https://rmhc-denver.org
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