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

Each year the City of Loveland has over 100 applicants in need of someone to shovel their sidewalks after significant snowfalls. These residents are physically unable to shovel and cannot afford to hire a service.

The City's Snow Squad program assists these residents by matching them with a volunteer for the season. Volunteers will shovel the sidewalks and a path to the door for their assigned residents for any snowfall of 2 inches or more.
With minimal time commitment (average of 4 hours for the season), this can be a rewarding activity for you and/or your family!

Can't commit to a resident for the full season?
We're also in need of backup volunteers to fill in when our regular volunteers are out of town.

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: to learn more and sign-up!

Assist individuals and staff at our Adult Care house in downtown Fort Collins. Activities include arts & crafts, puzzles, learning new skills, etc. Staff members are always present in this setting. As this is a 24 hour facility, hours can be completed during the evening or on weekends.

Assist individuals and staff in program areas that take place at Foothills Gateway such as our Pre-Vocational program, Retirement Room, or Intensive Supports program. Staff are always present in these programs - great for volunteers who are a little shy about volunteering one-on-one.

Foothills Gateway, Inc.


Spend time with an individual with a developmental disability one-on-one in an effort to foster a positive friendship. Activities can include going to movies, attending sporting events, going for hikes, attending art classes, etc. Hours are flexible, but volunteers are strongly encouraged to be committed and willing to meet on a consistent basis. Staff are not present in this volunteer program.

Looking for something fun and a way to give back on Mother's Day weekend (Friday, May 12, Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14)? We are looking for volunteers to help staff our Annual Spring Plant Sale. This is our largest fundraiser of the year. We partner with CSU and Front Range Community College and all proceeds benefit the horticulture programs at all three organizations. Have fun interacting with people and helping us support our mission!

Volunteers needed to be plant valets and help customers load plants in their cars. Or help out at our plant check station where shoppers can store their plants while they continue to shop or check out or tally stations to count plants and record them on a tally sheet to take to the cashier. If you love plants and want to work with different types of plant, we have those opportunities as well.

Volunteer at your community botanic garden! To sign up go to:

Plant Valet Volunteers:
Plant Check Station Volunteers:
Plant Sales Areas:
Plant Tally Volunteers:

Volunteers are needed to assist as entry or front desk, docents or collections/archival volunteers. Entry or front desk volunteers greet visitors, take admission fees and assist with Museum Shop purchases. Docents are trained on new exhibits so they can act as guides to the exhibits in the galleries. Collections/archival volunteers help with exhibit installations and management of artifacts. Three-hour shifts are Tuesday through Saturday; 11am-2pm or 2pm-5pm.

Need people to transport boxes of books from the Webster House (301 E Olive) to the United Way Bldg on Pine St. Person needs a vehicle and the ability to lift 35 lbs and operate a 2 wheeled cart. Transport is usually done in the afternoon at the convenience of the transporter
The openings to fill exist Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday of each week. FOL is 100% volunteer staffed.
We need help ASAP.

The Rocky Mountain Raptor Program is looking for Volunteers that want to change the world and learn how to provide compassionate care for raptors. Volunteers are needed to clean cages, prepare and serve food, complete bird records, provide compassionate care, help at education programs, and participate in public outreach. Raptor Care volunteers must attend an orientation and a weekly meeting. Raptor Care volunteers wanting to work directly with raptors commit to a minimum of one year, working one four hour shift per week, in exchange for excellent hands on training. Our training is designed to meet all requirements directed by State & Federal permits when caring for raptors and focuses on safety of both the volunteer and bird. Volunteers must be 18 or older.

Volunteers are also needed to greet guests, answer phones, complete clerical tasks, care for small rodent colonies and help with special projects and event planning.

All prospective volunteers are screened through an application and interview process. Please visit our website to learn more about how to apply, Or, you may contact Lisa Winta at 970-484-7756 or for information.