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

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.

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.

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

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 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.

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.

Volunteers with the Caring Companion Program spend time with a senior in order to give their caregiver the break they need. Volunteers spend 2 hours once a week with their senior match. Matches are based on common interest, personality, schedule and location throughout Larimer County. Spend time playing cards, talking together, listening to music, doing a craft or going for a walk. Scheduling is flexible, based on your availability.