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Our Mission

The mission of Broomfield Volunteer HQ is to connect people and their passions to empower and impact the nonprofit community. Broomfield Volunteer HQ ensures simple sign-up, scheduling and uploads for all nonprofits in the Broomfield area and also acts as a streamlined system for local volunteers to offer their time to the various projects.

Become a Member of VOAD

Broomfield Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (Broomfield VOAD) is a collaborative and inclusive network consisting of, but not limited to, independent voluntary, community, and faith-based organizations, community and business leaders, and government representatives that may be active in any or all phases of disaster, to include preparedness, response, and recovery.  We work hand-in-hand with the City and County of Broomfield’s Office of Emergency Management to provide support and resources in times of need.*Please link to: http://broomfieldvoad.org

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Monthly Volunteer Spotlight

Broomfield Pals Program

How can you help your friends and neighbors who are encouraged to stay home during the Safer at Home orders to protect against the COVID-19 virus? If you or your family are able to assist one of your Broomfield neighbors, apply to become a Broomfield Pal and offer connection and assistance. You will be matched with a neighbor as close to your home as possible. Here are a few examples of services that could be provided by volunteers. 

  • Lawn maintenance (mowing, weeding, etc.)
  • Plant / maintain a garden
  • Virtual coffee or lunch dates
  • Other needs as they arise

Apply at www.broomfield.org/broomfieldpals to volunteer today

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We Need You Here!

Denver Shelters Volunteer Coordinator

To provide friendly and kind services to men and women experiencing homelessness during the COVID 19 situation. You may be exposed to the Coronavirus which can cause illness or death. Volunteer Coordinators will work with staff to idenify shift needs and help manage shift volunteers to various tasks which include meal service, meal preperation, food banks and distrabution, ensure safety prorocals, disenfect common areas and cots and other staff support as needed.

Denver, CO

5/26/20 8:00 AM + more

National Western Men's Shelter

To provide friendly and kind services to men experiencing homelessness during the COVID 19 situation. You may be exposed to the Coronavirus which can cause illness or death.Peer Navagators ae needed to help answering questions for those who are new to the site and providing guests with items such as masks, toothbrushes, socks.

Denver, CO

5/26/20 5:00 PM + more

National Western Men's Shelter

To provide friendly and kind services to men experiencing homelessness during the COVID 19 situation. You may be exposed to the Coronavirus which can cause illness or death. This could include meal service, intake, disenfecting common areas and assistng staff as needed.

Denver, CO

5/26/20 7:30 AM + more

Coliseum Women's Shelter

To provide friendly and kind services to women experiencing homelessness during the COVID 19 situation. Have a heart and interest in working with people experiencing homelessness. You may be exposed to the Coronavirus which can cause illness or death. Staff support is needed for meal service, cot cleaning, promoting safety protocals.

Denver, CO

5/26/20 8:00 AM + more

Directed Grant Research

Volunteers needed to support the Benefits in Action Development Team. Help with grant research, designing program descriptions and assist with grant reporting. Help Benefits in Action maintain and increase its funding stream so that we can reach more individuals in need. Experience in grant work helpful.

Lakewood, CO

Through 11/20/20

Marketing Team Volunteer

Benefits in Action seeks volunteers to work on a team to promote the good works of Benefits in Action. Experience in content writing, blogging, social media,interviewing, working with print media, photography needed. Able to work on deadlines--but you can create your own schedule. Training, supervision provided. Excellent opportunity to boost your resume or linked-in experience.

Lakewood, CO

Through 9/24/20

Connectedness Caller

Benefits in Action Seeks Volunteer Callers to make weekly check in calls to our clients. Volunteers recieve a list of individuals to call, along with a script. Training provided. For the position, you can have your own schedule. Chatty, outgoing folks are strongly encourage to apply. We will need you to complete and application, background check and take a course on Hippa. We are in great need of callers, so please contact us today! Thanks

Lakewood, CO

Through 8/27/20

Medical Bill Coding Auditor Volunteer - From Home

Medical Bill Coding Auditor Volunteer (From Home) Position Description The Colorado Consumer Health Initiative (CCHI) is a statewide, non-partisan, non-profit membership organization working to ensure that all Coloradans can get affordable, high-quality and equitable health care. CCHI represents 50 nonprofit organizations—mobilizing well over 500,000 consumers—to shape effective health care policy. Our vision is that all Coloradans can access affordable, high-quality and equitable health care. CCHI’s Consumer Assistance Program was established in June 2018 to address the rise in the number of consumers who are facing unfair or unexpected medical bills or who have been sent to collections by a health care provider or carrier. Volunteer Impact Although most Coloradans now have health insurance coverage, many still struggle with high insurance premiums and unaffordable out-of-pocket costs. Lack of transparency in medical billing practices and lack of detailed medical bills can leave consumers paying bills they don’t understand and may not owe. Medical Bill Coding Auditor Volunteers play a critical role by reviewing CAP clients’ invoices and medical records to determine if clients were properly billed and claims properly paid. Medical Bill Coding Audit Reports can provide clients information to negotiate a medical bill and prevent financial hardship. Position Description Medical Bill Coding Auditor Volunteers support Colorado consumers by auditing their medical bill coding and making sure charges are properly coded and in line with the corresponding medical record. Key Responsibilities Accurately and securely collect and retain client medical bills and needed documentation for medical bill coding audits Audit medical bills and claims Provide a medical bill code audit report along with recommendations to consumers with billing coding errors or overcharges Provide guidance for recommended medical billing coding appeals and complaints Requirements Experience in medical bill coding audits Organized and detail oriented Computer literate. Must be able to use Gmail, navigate Google Drive, and be comfortable and accurate with data entry. Proficient report writing skills Prompt and efficient report results Preferred but not required Bilingual (Spanish) Time Commitment 6-month minimum commitment with option to extend, working one or more 4-hour shifts per week. This can be done from home. Physical Requirements Sedentary- able to sit for up to 4 hours during a volunteer shift. Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action CCHI actively encourages diversity in our workplace and works to promote equity in health care. CCHI does not discriminate against volunteers on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, pregnancy, age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation (incl. transgender status), physical or mental disability, military status, genetic information, marriage to a co-worker and does not engage in retaliation for engaging in protected activity (opposing a discriminatory practice or participating in an employment discrimination proceeding or any other status or condition protected by applicable federal, state or local law). For further information about CCHI, please visit our website at www.cohealthinitiative.org.

Denver, CO

Through 5/31/22

Touring the Rails!

The Colorado Railroad Museum is currently recruiting dedicated individuals who are interested in becoming historical interpreters at the Museum. Performing a variety of program duties including interpretation and instruction of lesson plans to museum visitors this new summer program brings you up and close to Colorado's rich railroad history! Qualifications: Prior experience dealing with children and adults of diverse populations, skills, and abilities. Those interested please email evan@crrm.org with the subject line Touring the Rails: Summer Interpretive Program.

Golden, CO

6/6/20 9:00 AM + more

Masks and Cleaning Supplies Needed for Low Income Families

"I Have A Dream" Foundation of Boulder County serves low income students and their families who are in need of masks and cleaning supplies. IHDF''s dedicated staff has transitioned over from providing after school programming to virtual/online distance programming. We support over 700 students with academic tutoring, mentoring, social emotional advising, life enrichment activities and post-secondary advising and support. Many of our students and their families do not have the finanical resources to purchase masks, or supplies to make masks, or cleaning supplies in order to follow state and CDC guidelines during the COVID 19 pandemic. IHDF is currently accepting offers from individuals and groups who desire to help us with promoting safe and healthy practices impacting everyone. Together we can continue to save lives and flatten the curve! For more information contact Carla Maniscalco at carla.maniscalco@ihaveadreamboulder.org or 303-444-3636 x119.

Boulder, CO

Through 6/30/20

Notre Dame AmeriCorps Member Boulder - "I Have A Dream" Program Site

Host Site: “I Have A Dream”® Foundation of Boulder County (“I Have A Dream”) The “I Have A Dream”/AmeriCorps partnership is the result of a collaboration between “I Have A Dream,” Notre Dame Mission Volunteers (NDMV), and the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS). “I Have A Dream” is an economic empowerment program, whose aim is to prevent high-school dropout and engage low-income students in post-secondary success through a long-term, whole-child approach to access education. “I Have A Dream” is seeking applicants for 28 full-time AmeriCorps positions for a September through July service term. AmeriCorps Members will help further our ability to deliver services to the youth in our program (“Dreamer Scholars”) and their families. The “I Have A Dream” Foundation has a number of active classes across Boulder and Weld counties, serving hundreds of Dreamer Scholars in the 1st through 12th grades and Dreamer Scholars pursuing post-secondary education. More info on our specific programs is available at https://bouldercounty.ihdf.org/ Service Position Title: AmeriCorps Program Site Member Immediate Supervisor: Site Program Director Service Position Summary: Assist the site’s Program Director in planning, organizing, and delivering a year-round program of appropriate activities to support students' academic, socio-emotional needs, and parent partnerships Mentor students on a regular basis. Focus on developing relationships with students, managing an assigned caseload (approximately 15-25 Dreamers). Act as a positive role model and provide personal guidance. Plan and lead group sessions and classes, as part of in school and/or after-school programs, focusing on students’ needs in academics, socio-emotional support and other enrichment activities. Push into core classes during the school day, assisting teachers and students with school day needs. Tutor students during academic programming, one-on-one or in small groups.. Support volunteer tutors, mentors, and other program volunteers. Maintain contact with school staff and community partners. Plan meaningful and fun incentive field trips. Help the site’s Program Director promote parental involvement in “I Have A Dream” and school activities. Organize parent activities, workshops, and discussion groups as needed. Develop college and career awareness and job training activities for students; helping to create meaningful job and internship opportunities. Maintain records related to Program activities such as students' grades, academic records, school attendance, “I Have A Dream” participation, results of one-on-one intervention, and family involvement. Perform clerical functions in the site’s administrative office in support of the program. Commitment and Benefits: Full-time members – responsible for 11 months of service and a minimum of 1,700 hours of service during the year will receive the following: A living allowance of $14,279 (pre-tax) over the course of the service term; A National Service Trust Education Award of $6,195 (pre-tax), after the successful completion of the term of service, can be used for post-secondary education, vocational school, graduate school, or to pay back student loans; Level of service averages 40 hours per week. Health insurance as part of the AmeriCorps health plan; and Child care, if eligible. AmeriCorps member will primarily work/collaborate with: Other AmeriCorps members and “I Have A Dream” staff Elementary through high school students Students’ families & caretakers Boulder Valley School District St. Vrain Valley School District Boulder business community and organizations Other local nonprofits and community partners Training opportunities provided: Initial 2-week AmeriCorps Training / Orientation to “I Have A Dream” and NDMVA Leadership & Communication Diversity & Cultural Competency Motivational Interviewing Suicide prevention, Abuse Reporting Health, Wellness, Nutrition Literacy, Math, Tutoring, and Academic Programming Techniques Serving low-income, and at-risk youth Lesson planning & Classroom Management Bi-Monthly on-site AmeriCorps meetings/workshops Others as scheduled Support: Each member will receive support from several “I Have A Dream” staff members and 2nd year AmeriCorps members serving in the organization. This includes: Monthly 1:1 check-ins with Site Program Directors (direct supervisor) Bi-annual 1:1 check-ins with AmeriCorps Site Director Bi-monthly AmeriCorp Professional Training days 1:1 mentor match with 2nd -year AmeriCorps Service Member Inclusion in all-staff meetings, including encouraged access to organizational leaders and executives Requirements: To be eligible to serve as an AmeriCorps Member, one must be at least 17 years of age; be a U.S. citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien; and have a high school diploma or GED. NDMVA prefers that members be at least 21 years of age. Selection Criteria: We are seeking self-motivated, compassionate applicants who enjoy working with young people and diverse individuals, including Dreamers, their families, “I Have A Dream” staff and sponsors, teachers and school administrators, and members of the community. A bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent experience in education or human services, and bilingual in Spanish is preferred. A clear driving record and a vehicle are required. “I Have A Dream” is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We will conduct the review and interview process until all positions are filled. AmeriCorps applications, resumes and references will be considered as they are received. If you are interested in applying, please submit an online application – instructions are available at www.ndmva.org. You may also contact: Elyana Funk Notre Dame AmeriCorps Site Director “I Have A Dream”® Foundation of Boulder County 5390 Manhattan Circle, Suite 200 Boulder, CO 80303 720-313-2674 (Phone) 303-444-3638 (Fax) email: elyana.funk@ihaveadreamboulder.org https://bouldercounty.ihdf.org/, www.ndmva.org, www.americorps.gov * The actual start date is dependent on annual approval of federal funding, and on the grant funding cycle, which is determined by the Corporation for National and Community Service

Boulder, CO

9/1/20 9:00 AM + more

Food Delivery

During COVID, Benefits in Action is delivering food to those older adults and people with disabilities who are not able to get food. Our food delivery volunteers pick up boxes of food and deliver to homes in the metro Denver area. No person to person contact unless you choose to assist with packing food. Packing food not required. Individuals must have own vehicle, valid driver's license, and current auto insurance.

Lakewood, CO

Through 12/31/20