Volunteer & Civic Groups
A variety of opportunities to contribute to the Denver Colorado community! One time events are listed first, followed by organizational listings. To list your organization email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (303) 765-2880.
Single Professionals - Successful singles creating lasting relationships.
Active Singles - Friendly, outgoing singles in the mid 30s - mid 60s age range.
Senior Singles - A nice, easy to use dating community for Colorado seniors.
Young Singles - Caring young singles who seek lasting relationships.
Christian Singles - Singles whose faith is an important part of their everyday life.
Catholic Singles - Active members of the Catholic Church.
Spiritual Singles - Open-minded, spiritually oriented singles.
Jewish Singles - Open to all singles who identify themselves as Jews.
Marriage Yes! - Exclusively for singles who intend to marry.
Children Yes! - Singles with children and those who want children.
8858 W La Salle Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80227
Volunteer & Civic Groups
Single Volunteers of Greater Denver (SVGD)
The Impact Program has one time volunteer opportunities for young persons ages 20-40. Approximately 15 volunteer events per month are scheduled. These events usually last from 2-4 hours and have 5-10 volunteers. Participants are predominately single with 70% women. www.metrovolunteers.org click on "want to volunteer" to reach a link for the "Impact Volunteer Program" which will lead you to monthly event calendars. Contact Beth Davis (303) 894-0103.
The Volunteer Connection - Boulder (303)
Center for Hearing, Speech & Language (CHSL)
MaxFund No-Kill Animal Shelter
We have many exciting and interesting ways you can get involved
here at the shelter and help our animals get into great new homes.
Please check out our volunteer website to all the opportunities
are available for volunteers.
For more detailed information please call 303 777-7000 or check
out our web page: MetroDenverPartners.org.
Info: Natalie Ordoñez-Campbell, Adams County Connections
Big Brothers Big Sisters
Colorado Christian Home - Tennyson Center for
Children and Families
Denver Rescue Mission
Diana Price-Fish Cancer Foundation
A Web portal for health care volunteers looking for opportunities and healthcare organization looking for volunteers:
HealthCare Volunteer was started January 1, 2006 by an American dental and medical student, who realized the need for a FREE non-profit portal that connects health professionals to volunteering opportunities globally. This site is backed by leading physicians and executives and aims to allow physicians, dentists and all other health care professionals to provide volunteer health care anywhere in the world. Please visit our page HealthCareVolunteer.com and search for opportunities or post a volunteering opportunity.
The Holiday Project
The Holiday Project is a non-profit, non-denominational organization is seeking volunteers to organize, operate, and run the holiday program this year in the Metro Denver Area. " The Holiday Project " visits nursing homes, hospitals and juvenile facilities on Christmas Day and Chanukah for about an hour. Volunteers from the community join in caroling, visiting and handing out greeting cards made by grade school children and gifts donated by the community. More important, the volunteers spend time with someone who might not otherwise have a visitor on that festive day. For more info please visit www.holiday-project.org or call Max at 303-690-4212 or E-mail: email@example.com
National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) - Winter Park Colorado. A nonprofit organization that provides recreation and competitive opportunities to children and adults with disabilities from Colorado as well as throughout the nation and around the world. Winter activities include alpine and Nordic skiing, snow boarding, snowshoeing, and hut trips. In addition, it is one of the few programs where individuals with different types of disabilities have the opportunity to participate in many different sports. Further details on volunteering contact Allen Gorkin: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Western Stock Show
Pet Visits for Nursing Home - (Monthly) Feel the warm gratification of bringing joy to the elderly, a community service that includes "your best friend," and the company of other single pet lovers. Contact: Kathy (303) 791-8777 or email@example.com
Project Cure - Project Cure is in need on volunteer drivers to pick up donated medical supplies to be sent to developing countries. No special license is needed. Drivers are needed during the week between, 9 am and 4 pm. Please Call Michael Young, at (303) 291-1242.
Reach Out & Read - A Pediatric Early
Red Cross - The Red Cross needs volunteers
to stuff envelopes, type names in database, help with fundraisers,
Sierra Club Singles - Ecological minded singles are invited participate in social activities, hikes, bike rides, habitat restoration and fundraising events. 400 + singles (mainly 30s - 50s) are on their e-mail list. You do not need to be a Sierra Club member to participate (however a one year Sierra Club membership is only $35). Info; http://rockymtn.sierraclub.org/ss/ Contact Dan Disner, phone 303-861-8819
University Hospital - Senior Volunteers
Needed! Do you like to help others? Meet new people? Feel good
by making a difference? Bring a friend and share your knowledge
and experience as volunteers at University of Colorado Hospital
(9th and Colorado in Denver) or at our new Fitzsimons location
(Colfax and I-225 in Aurora).
Volunteers for Outdoors Colorado - 600
S. Marion Pkwy. Denver Co. 80209 Mission To motivate and enable
all Coloradoans to engage in the active stewardship in their
public lands. VOC needs volunteers weekend trail building projects
and ecological restoration. Age range 16 & above.
Whiz Kids Tutoring - Exciting tutoring and mentoring ministry with inner-city kids. Training, supplies and great kids are provided. For more information contact (303) 504-9449 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancer Patient Resources
The Mesothelioma Group - The Mesothelioma Group recently published a very informative guide to understanding cancer at http://www.mesotheliomagroup.com/understanding-cancer/. The Mesothelioma Group also donates to local charities and provides scholarships to victims and their families.
American Childhood Cancer Society - Helps children battle and overcome cancer http://acco.org.