NOTE: Any opportunities marked 'RESERVED' are not available for general registration.


The Poudre River Fest is a FREE, family-friendly festival that restores, celebrates and educates people about the Cache la Poudre River. This year it will be on Saturday, June 3rd from 12pm-7pm at New Belgium's Oxbow site. The festival features a variety of activities for people to explore the role of the river as an important habitat for wildlife, a recreation area, and a source for clean drinking water. Educational and hands-on activities take place throughout the day with a culminating celebration in the afternoon.

Poudre RiverFest volunteers are needed to help make the festival a success. There are a variety of volunteer opportunities including festival set-up and take down, helping with the check-in booth and exhibitor set-up, zero waste station monitoring, and helping with the silent auction. Volunteer slots range from 2-3 hours in length. Volunteers will receive a free dinner/drinks and other perks when they attend the mandatory volunteer orientation on Thursday June 1 from 5-7pm.

We are using Sign-up Genius for all volunteers to sign-up to volunteer the day of the festival. Please go to this website: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c054da5ac2da7f49-4thannual to learn more and sign-up!

We are looking for volunteers 13+ to help at our biggest fundraiser of the summer, Hammer 'n' Ale! There are a wide variety of volunteer shifts available between 9:00 am and 10:30 pm -- find what works for you. We can't run this event without the help of over 70 volunteers--and in turn we treat you well. Volunteers are invited to enjoy the event as guests once their shift is complete. We will have a private volunteer break area with snacks, waters, lawn chairs and a place to store your items safely. Best of all, your time helps to support Habitat's mission of building safe, affordable homes for local families.

Grand Family Coalition, Inc., a grass roots non profit organization is seeking individual to volunteer from home to assist with rapidly growing organization. We are seeking individual for a Program / Volunteer Coordinator. This person will be required to attend weekly meetings to take notes and do follow up. Be able to communicate with other organizations for opportunities and services, then posting them on our FaceBook page and Data Resource pages. Be able to connect with CSU and other agencies to employee volunteers for events and coordinate volunteers day of event. Need to have good communication skills and able to connect with community agencies and follow up with clients. Communicate with Board of Directors and administrative staff. Computer skills required, Word, Xcel and email list serve software. Will need to work with older adults as well as youth. Will assist with event planning and coordinating. This is a very part time position and may eventually be a paid position if and when Grant Funds are received. This would be a great job for a Student, retired person or fill in part time position. Should be interested in the outcomes of youth in the foster / kinship system and willingness to work with youth and older adults.

This picnic is put on for grandparents and other kin raising kin. Youth participate in fun activities and families enjoy a day of fun and connecting with others in their situation. Volunteers are needed for several duties including:
Event Assistant: Help with setting up food tables, activity tables, loading and unloading supplies.
Photographer: two people are needed, one to take Fun Photo's at a booth and another to take photo's of the event through out the day.
Youth event coordinator: Assist youth group in organizing games to be played at the event. Activities include Water Balloon Toss, Tug of War, Water Bucket Relay, Fishing for Marbles, Fun Photo Booth, Face Painting and more. Volunteers will assist setting up the activities, assist the children in the activities and keeping the activities going throughout the day. Two older youth are in charge of the activities but need help keeping it organized.
Volunteer applications can be completed by going to
www.grandfamilycoalition.com/volunteer.htm

Homeless Gear distributes supplies to 50+ facilities/agencies that serve people who are homeless or near-homeless throughout Colorado. These agencies redistribute the supplies to the people they serve.

We are in need of volunteers to help transport supplies to and from facilities in Colorado. We often times pick up large loads of donations (for example, we get donations from various outdoor gear stores) and drop off supplies to other agencies.

This happens on an ongoing, as-needed basis: we simply meet the volunteer, keep his/her information on hand, and contact that person when we're in need of a pick-up. If you can help great, if not, great!

There are opportunities for driving locally, in Fort Collins and in various parts of the state( Denver, Westminster, Loveland, Boulder, and more).

Having a larger vehicle, truck and/ or hitch is ideal.

Volunteers stand outside of Sam's Club and hand out lists of items we are collecting that day. Everything we collect goes straight to our distribution programs (street outreach, Murphy Center Food Pantry,etc..) The event lasts from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm but we break it down in to two shifts, 10:30 to 1:30 or 1:30 to 4:30. You are more than welcome to stay the full day.

Rodent Wrangler's needed to help care for a small colony of mice and rats at the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program. We are looking for volunteers that are not squeamish about handling these critters and willing to clean cages, and provide food and water for them. Shifts occur daily with time required varying from 1 to 3 hours. Ages 16 or higher and adults are welcome. We do hope you stay for a minimum of 3 months, longer is awesome!

By providing good care for the rodent colony you will be contributing to the well-being and rehabilitation of injured raptors. You will be helping to give majestic birds of prey A Second Chance At Freedom.

The Family Center/La Familia hosts monthly meet-up groups for the families in our Parents As Teachers (PAT) program. During these evening meetings, parents interact and build social connections through community presentations. Many of the families and children in our PAT program are monolingual Spanish speakers so this is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to learn or practice their Spanish speaking skills! Volunteers are needed to help with set-up and clean-up, as well as interacting with kids as Childcare Assistants while their parents are in the presentation. Volunteers can expect to play games, do arts and crafts, play on our playground, and many more activities with a diverse group of kids from a wide variety of ages! Spanish language skills are beneficial but certainly not required! This meet-up happens on the third Thursday of each month. Due to the cost of background checks, it is preferable that volunteers sign up for multiple time slots but it is also not required!

The Family Center/La Familia hosts monthly meet-up groups for the families in our Parents As Teachers (PAT) program. During these morning meetings, parents and children (who are ages 5 and younger) interact and build social connections through arts and crafts, activities, community presentations and more. Many of the families and children in our PAT program are monolingual Spanish speakers so this is a wonderful opportunity for those looking to learn or practice their Spanish speaking skills! Volunteers are needed to help with set-up and clean-up, interacting with kids and their parents, playing games, assisting with arts and crafts, and more. Spanish language skills are beneficial but certainly not required! This meet-up happens on the first Friday of each month. Due to the cost of background checks, it is preferable that volunteers sign up for multiple time slots but it is also not required!