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



The sixth annual Loveland Connect will take place on Friday, October 13, 2017 from 8:00am to 12:00pm at Truscott Elementary, located at 211 West 6th Street. This event is based on the national best practice model called Project Homeless Connect that has been replicated in over 260 communities across the country.

More than forty services in one location will be offered for the homeless or near homeless at the Loveland Connect event. The services provided are a symbol of the community coming together to send a message about assisting those who are most vulnerable.

This event also provides a rare and important opportunity for volunteers to interact with Loveland citizens who are facing homelessness or may be close to becoming homeless. Event guests are paired with a volunteer. The goal of the pairing is to have the volunteer guide the guest through the event, starting with a shared meal, and accessing services that could make a difference for the guest, such as gathering information about housing, accessing dental care or medical health screenings, bike repair, or a haircut. The support of the volunteer creates a powerful connection and gives a personal story to those who are facing homelessness.

We hope that you will join us as a volunteer and assist those who need it most. To register, please fill out the attached volunteer form and return it to the Community Partnership Office at 500 E. Third Street, Suite 210 or register online at http://honservice.org/loveland-connect/.

Assist EVICS in preparing for their annual Art Gala Fundraising event, November 3, 2017. Projects may include preparing art, crafts, decorations, and light administrative duties.

FoCo Cafe is coming up on its 3rd full year in service! That being said, we have some general maintenance and upkeep to be done. We have opportunities to sort donations, deep clean the cafe/storage warehouse/grounds, doing administrative work like filing, thank you letter writing, organizing our event and program materials and working with our volunteer database. We also always need work with the general shifts in the cafe- filling these shifts for the week of Make a Difference Day would be a huge help as well. For those who would like to help remotely, we have grant writing and other sponsorship type opportunities. We have had a recent shift in leadership so there is alot of new work to be done, and old work to finish up from the last three years of feeding our community ourselves. We hope you'll join us in moving forward!

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.

The Murphy Center for Hope and Homeless Gear are looking for community members interested in becoming Housing First Advocates for a brand new program, designed to help people experiencing homelessness in our community find affordable housing and gain self-sufficiency.

Volunteer teams of two will work with our Housing First Initiative Director, in conjunction with the person in need of housing, to create an "Action Plan." Volunteers will help with a "Hands-on Housing Search"- including internet searches for available housing, phone calls to potential landlords, assistance in obtaining necessary documents, and will provide encouragement and support to the person as they navigate the path to self-sufficiency.

Comprehensive training is provided, and Volunteers are backed-up at all times by the Housing First Initiative Director. Hours are flexible and would be approximately 1-5 hour per week, depending on your schedule.

This is a wonderful opportunity to provide tangible, effective assistance to some our community's most vulnerable members, with long-lasting results. If you would like to be a part of this exciting and innovative project, please contact us. Training begins in mid-July, with additional opportunities throughout the year.

The Loveland Housing Authority needs volunteers to help provide front office coverage. This involves greeting guests, determining what they need assistance with, and providing excellent customer service. Other duties include answering the phones, filing, and helping with mail outs. Ideally we need 2-3 weekly volunteers and several one-time or fill-in volunteers. Training is provided.

The Loveland Housing Authority is seeking to create a newsletter and facebook page for its residents where they can learn about resources, read stories about other residents, and stay connected. These outlets can provide key information to resident who are low-income and would like to learn more about opportunities in our community that could benefit them or their families. Tasks include gathering materials, creating posts and newsletters, and electronic distribution using an existing Salsa platform. Training will be provided.

Help Loveland Youth Gardeners build our new greenhouse! This exciting new addition will help us expand our growing season of produce for sale to restaurants and for donation.

Volunteers help facilitate core services for the homeless and near homeless that we serve. Services include mail, laundry, showers, lockers, gear room, morning day services, career closet, computers, phones, benefits application assistance and food pantry. Volunteers can also organize food or gear drives within the community.

The exterior of the building at the Girls Residential Home needs to be repainted. This is a two story facility so there will be some use of ladders and scaffolding to paint the upper level. If time allows, carpeting will also be torn out in the family room in the home and will be replaced with laminate.

Although this is scheduled as an all day project from 9:00am - 5pm, please sign up even if you can only join for part of the day!