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.
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.
Gallery Hosts ensure a positive museum experience for our visitors. Gallery hosts serve a critical role in museum guest services by engaging and assisting visitors, and monitoring and maintaining the gallery floor & exhibits. Gallery Hosts encourage visitors to explore and learn from our interactives and exhibits. Gallery Hosts commit to three 2-hour shifts per month. Gallery Hosts are not necessarily docents or expected to know deep content or history/science, but instead have a passion and enthusiasm for learning, discovery and exploration of the museum and a willingness to share this with visitors.
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Designed for our littlest visitors, The Tot Spot reflects the larger museum in toddler-friendly ways! It includes a train table, water zone, art center, and the centerpiece ? a giant crawl-through tree! Tot Spot (TS) Gallery Hosts ensure a positive museum experience for our visitors in this area. TS Gallery hosts also serve a critical role in museum guest services by engaging and assisting visitors, as well as monitoring and maintaining the Tot Spot. You'll encourage visitors to explore and learn from our interactives and exhibits.
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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
New Naturalist Training: Do you want to inspire curiosity for the natural world in people of all ages? Volunteer Naturalists teach school groups about nature, lead hikes and talk to visitors to our parks and open spaces. Training will start Wednesday March 2, from 9:00am-3:00pm. No experience necessary.
We build year-round and construction volunteers are essential to our success. This year we plan to build 5-6 homes and will need a thousand or more volunteers to complete our goal.
Here's a summary of our Construction Volunteer program:
- No previous construction skills are required or expected.
- All tools, gloves and safety gear provided and supervised by skilled construction team.
- Typical tasks include framing, drywall, soffit work, interior and exterior painting, and landscape related work. We have homes at different stages of completion, and ask for your flexibility with assignments.
- Year-round building, weather permitting, excluding holidays.
- Build days each week: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
- Dress accordingly- no shorts or open-toed shoes...expect to get dirty!
- All construction volunteers must be present for Sign-in and Safety Presentation at 8:30am. No exceptions.
- Construction site volunteers must be adults, 18+.
- If you want to help out, come and volunteer! Join together with friends, members of your church or company...if you can swing a hammer, you can build with us!
Please contact us to set up a date on the schedule!
Do you have a penchant for event planning or marketing? Partners Mentoring Youth is in search of committee members to help out on our event and marketing committees. We have committee slots for each event we host, as well as for general marketing and mentor recruitment. The commitment is usually a monthly meeting, with the potential of an increased number of meetings as an event or marketing push draws near. This is a great way to get involved in our organization and the community, while promoting our mission to support local youth!
Partners Mentoring Youth is currently seeking adult volunteers to serve as mentors in our community-based programs across Northern Colorado. Volunteers work with youth (ages 7-17) who face significant challenges in their social, academic, and personal lives. Our Community-Based Mentors spend an average of three hours each week with a child (Junior Partner) and commit for at least one year. We match Junior Partners with Senior Partners based on shared interests, common values, and logistical preferences. Our program has impressive results, and the youth who participate gain skills, confidence, and hope for the future. Partners Mentoring Youth provides volunteers with training and support, helping every mentor to BE THE DIFFERENCE in the life of a child. All volunteers are required to meet our eligibility requirements. Be sure to check out our other volunteer opportunities as well!