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City of FC-The Farm at Lee Martinez Park

From 10/26/2018 to 10/28/2018

The Farm is looking for people 16 years and older to dress in a non-scary costume to fulfill a variety of tasks. You may be handing out candy, directing foot traffic throughout the Trick or Treat street, helping participants on and off the hayride, or even handing out cookies. Volunteers must commit to the entire shift. This volunteer opportunity is not conducive to arriving or leaving after the shift begins or before it ends.

180 /380 One Time
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Help Get a New Loveland Natural Area Ready to Open
City of Loveland

From 10/28/2018 to 10/28/2018

Volunteers will be participating in final preparations for the public opening of one of Loveland's new natural areas. Tasks to include: finish work on the trail surface and easement, parking lot touch ups, flood debris clean-up (there's still a need even 5 years later!), and trash and litter pick up. Note: after Russian Olive invasive trees were removed it revealed a lot of flood debris - bring your gloves! (and we'll have some too) Kids are welcome!

0 /20 One Time
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RESERVED: Building a table/space in staff office
Easter Seals Colorado

From 10/22/2018 to 10/28/2018

We have a 1' by 7' table in which staff has 3 computers and use as a work space. We need something more usable! Help us brainstorm a table/space for our staff office.

0 /5 One Time
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Volunteer with Junior Achievement!
Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain, Inc.- Fort Collins

From 08/22/2018 to 05/24/2019

The mission of Junior Achievement (JA) is to prepare young people to thrive in the 21st century workplace by providing FREE volunteer taught programs to over 15,000 students just in Northern Colorado & Wyoming each year. JA volunteers come from all walks of life, but they all have a common vision: sharing a message of hope and opportunity with each and every young person they reach. They lead by example, giving real-world meaning to JA's curriculum and helping students become more optimistic about school, work and life. Volunteering with JA is easy! JA staff assign each volunteer to one K-12th grade classroom to present JA's innovative, hands on curriculum. Each first-time volunteer is provided with a 45-minute training, as well as all of the supplies and talking points to be successful in the classroom. Time commitment varies from one 30-45 minute lesson per week for five weeks, to one day of teaching. What topics would you cover with your classroom of students as a volunteer? JA volunteers help students plan for their future by introducing them to concepts such as taxes, budgeting, careers, entrepreneurship, stocks, skills, STEM jobs, decision-making, city zones, ethics, and SO much more. If you believe in their future, so will they! Check out our website for more information!

0 /300 One Time
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