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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.*Visit for more information: http://broomfieldvoad.org

Monthly Volunteer Spotlight

A Precious Child Needs Your Help!

A Precious Child is in need of Donation Center & Resource Center volunteers Monday-Friday, 9:00-5:00PM! Please sign up for an Available Volunteer Shift Here!

Please note that all volunteers are required to wear masks and gloves while volunteering and will be temperature checked upon arrival, gloves will be provided by A Precious Child at volunteer check in.

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We Need You Here!

Pet Food Bank Volunteers at Mobile Pet Food Bank with City of Denver

We are having a mobile pet food bank in partnership with the City of Denver. Please join us in distributing pet food at 14050 Maxwell Place in Denver. Setup begins at 9:15 am to 2:30pm. Pet food distribution will be held outside, the pantry is open from 10am-2pm.

Denver, CO

8/14/20 9:30 AM

(REMOTE) Tú Comunidad 24/7 domestic violence crisis line bilingual advocate

Latina SafeHouse created this project as numbers of domestic violence has increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a remote opportunity where volunteers must speak Spanish and English and be at least 18 years of age. Volunteers for the crisis line will become advocates for survivors, responding to phone/text remotely. As advocates they educate callers about domestic violence and agency services, provide community navigation and connect callers to available resources/referrals, and help goal and safety plan. Latina Safehouse provides a 40 hour domestic violence training through Violence Free Colorado and asks that volunteers commit to 4 4-hour shifts per month. https://latinasafehouse.org/tu-comunidad-your-community-bilingual-domestic-violence-crisis-line-advocate/ #mentalhealth #latinx #domesticviolence #crisis

Denver, CO

Through 7/27/21

Organization Expert

Organizational Expert – Our offices are in need of some organization, files in need of archiving, etc. If you are an organization wiz this is the perfect role for you!

Denver, CO

Through 1/1/21

Community Resource Navigator

Community Resource Navigator – This individual helps us stay connected to a greater scope of community resources that address the needs of vendors in areas like housing, healthcare, food, etc. This is overseen by Peer Navigation and requires a comfort level in making connections with other organizations via phone, email, etc. It also requires that you document all contacts and the outcome thoroughly.

Denver, CO

Through 1/1/21

Street Outreach

Street Outreach – This individual works to go into street encampments and talk to those in need the greatest need about our services, resource support, etc. This requires some front end training that is focused on trauma informed care.

Denver, CO

Through 1/1/21

Vendor Outreach & Support

Vendor Outreach & Support – These individuals makes weekly calls to a hand full of our vendors (5-7 individuals a week). These calls help us ensure that our vendors are less isolated during the pandemic, that older vendors are supported to a greater degree during this time, and that the well-being of every vendor is personally checked on weekly to ensure greater engagement in the program and greater success for those we serve. This role can be filled remotely and does not require in person reporting.

Denver, CO

Through 1/1/21

Distribution and Office Assisting

Distribution and Office Assisting – This individual support our Program Coordination by helping with paper distribution in office 9am-12pm. Shifts are currently available for Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. This is a high need role, especially as we shift our office set-up during COVID-19 to limit risk to our vendors and staff.

Denver, CO

Through 1/1/21

Women's Shelter Counselor

Volunteers are needed to provide on-site counseling for women who are temporary guests of the Auxiliary Shelter at The Denver Coliseum. Counseling will be provided in a secure space in the coliseum on a drop-in basis. Shelter staff leads and on-site medical staff will refer appropriate guests for counseling as appropriate and needed. Guests are commonly experiencing high levels of anxiety and depression and are having difficulty coping with their current situation. Some guests are experiencing domestic violence situations and other relationship issues. Please note, high crisis situations and those experiencing chronic and persistent mental illness will be referred to other mental health resources. Qualifications: Volunteers must be a licensed and insure mental health professional in the State of Colorado and pass a background check. Prior experience working with the homeless population is highly valued. Schedule: The shelter is open 24 hours a day. Our highest priority is evening hours from 4 - 8:00 p.m. However, we can be flexible based on volunteer availability.

Denver, CO

Through 8/6/20

Mental Health Case Management

Volunteers are needed on site at The Denver Coliseum, to assist shelter guests with Case Management needs. This includes informing and connecting guests with existing resources such as mental health and medical resources. Volunteers may also be involved with medication reminders and management. Prior mental health and/or case management experience is preferred.

Denver, CO

Through 8/6/20

Serve Lunch - Coliseum

Volunteers serve meals, clean and sanitize the eating and serving areas before and after meal service, help to ensure safety protocols are in order and support staff. This being outside of your home may expose you to the Corona virus, however all staff, volunteers and guests are screened at entrance. Shift Requirements Bring: ID Wear: Comfortable clothes and close-toed shoes. Please pull back long hair. Location: Denver Coliseum, 4600 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80216 Parking: Under bridge off of 44th St. Go to the set of doors marked Office. Arrival Check-In: Go in the door marked office. Security will let you in. You will get a temperature check and health screening questions. Once complete, go directly to the Denver Room for a short daily orientation and shift stations. If you arrive early please wait in the Denver Room for staff or volunteer coordinator. DO NOT go directly to a previous station, please wait for orientation as there are changes daily. Provided: Handwashing station. Hairnets, gloves and masks will be provided for all volunteers. Volunteers will be provided a t-shirt or vest that MUST be worn during the entire shift to be easily identified by guests and staff. Thank you for sparking change and making the world a better place!

Denver, CO

8/5/20 11:30 AM + more

Be the Voice for an Abused or Neglected Child - Become a CASA Volunteer!

CASA, Court-Appointed Special Advocates, is a volunteer-based, nonprofit organization that trains and supervises community members to represent the best interests of child victims of physical, sexual, emotional abuse and neglect that are currently in the judicial system. A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is a trained volunteer who represents the best interests of child victims of physical, sexual, or emotional abuse and neglect that are currently in the judicial system. CASA Volunteers are supervised by CASA team members and work alongside the child's legal and professional team. They ensure that the child's physical, mental, educational and emotional needs are being met, and advocate for the child in court, all the while supporting them in their journey to find a safe and permanent home. In Adams and Broomfield Counties alone, there are over 1,100 children that need a loving and caring CASA. Potential CASA Volunteers complete an online application, interview, and 30 hours of pre-service training (15 hours supplemental homework, 15 hours in-class). Please note that we have adapted this process to take place virtually during COVID-19. A successful CASA Volunteer is mature, stable, open-minded, empathetic, collaborative, and confident. They also have an ability to problem-solve and have strong written and verbal communication skills. Please note that in order to become a CASA Volunteers, you must be 21+ years of age, must pass a criminal background check, and must have lived in the United States for the past 7 years. To learn more about our organization, please visit CASA17th.org, or contact Abbie Foley, Outreach and Recruitment Manager, at abbie@casa17th.com or (720) 277-9112.

Westminster, CO

Through 6/25/21

Weekend Outdoor Maintenance

The Sun Valley Youth Center is a nonprofit youth center located in one of the poorest neighborhoods in Denver. We offer a variety of programs to the children of the Sun Valley neighborhood to aid in their social, emotional, and physical development. We aim to holistically meet the needs of our kids while providing a safe and nurturing environment for them to learn and grow. During this time, we need a little extra help tending to the outside of our building. We need help with things like yard work, maintaining our garden, etc. If you are interested, please email me: diamond@sunvalleyyouthcenter.org or sign up through this website and I will be in contact with you asap.

Denver, CO

Through 8/8/20