What does volunteerism look like to you?
Volunteerism can be officiating a kid’s soccer game, providing first aid relief for a stranger, offering companionship to a homebound senior, providing spring cleaning for an organization, or planting vegetables in a community garden.
The need in the community is out there; it’s about finding the opportunity that inspires and resonates with you.
When you find your fit, volunteering can transform you and the world around you. A burden is made lighter on an agency; a community space is greener and more inviting; an additional family is served. One volunteer can make all the difference!
United Way Volunteer Programs & Resources
Have you ever considered serving on a Board of Directors? United Way of Larimer County’s Board Bank program recruits and trains community professionals to serve as nonprofit board and committee members.
If you are looking for an opportunity to help the community but don’t have the time or resources to do a conventional service project, Service-to-Go may be the perfect opportunity for you!
Poverty Simulations are a role-playing experience for those not living in poverty to learn about and engage in poverty reduction.
Court Ordered Community Service
Court ordered requirements for youth and diversion programs vary, so please contact your specific program for details. Contact the Alternative Sentencing Unit at 970.980.2600 for information about completing community service hours.
How Can I Help in the Event of a Disaster?
If a disaster does occur and you are compelled to help those in need, please contact United Way of Larimer County 2-1-1 to find out how you can volunteer or donate by dialing 2-1-1.