Are you interested in helping people improve their lives?


Our new Bridges to Opportunity program is seeking volunteers interested in assisting and tutoring clients desiring to earn their GED. Hours will vary based on individual schedules. A GED Volunteer tutor program orientation will be provided.
A staff member will call interested volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to tutor clients in all areas: Math, Science, Writing, Reading and Social Studies.

If you are interested in this important work, Call Randy: 720-437-6394.


Volunteer at the Arvada Community Food Bank

The Arvada Community Food Bank welcomes the support of volunteers. Volunteers help us collect, sort, repack and distribute food to those in need.

The Food Bank has many opportunities available throughout the year. Volunteering at the Food Bank is a wonderful way to meet new people and to give back to the community.


 

Volunteering


< Open positions are listed on the left.


DOWNLOAD a Volunteer Application and drop it off at the Food Bank.
We would like to meet you in person and show you around our operation.

 


Regular Food Bank Opportunities include:
  • Sorting daily donations of produce, bakery, dairy, canned goods or frozen items (See the description of a Warehouse Volunteer Position)

  • Volunteering to fill children's backpacks with food each week during the school year

  • Data entry/clerical support assist with data entry and administrative duties

  • Driving to pick up donations from grocery stores and food drives (A pickup truck is required and current insurance is needed)

  • Customer service in the Client Choice area to welcome and help shoppers to find the food products they need (See the description of a Client Choice "Shopper" Volunteer Position)
  • Assisting with special food drives sponsored by the National Association of Letter Carriers  and the Food Bank


Group Opportunities:

Group opportunities are infreqent at our location. However, your group can volunteer at the Food Bank of the Rockies on behalf of the Arvada Communty Food Bank. Please be sure to designate us. For each volunteer who works three hours, the Arvada Communty Food Bank will earn credit for 20 pounds of food. Half-day or full-day opportunities are available.
 



The Arvada Community Food Bank cannot accept volunteers under age 13 unless accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian.
 


Community Service:

The Arvada Community Food Bank endeavors to help students fulfill Community Service hours, as well as Court Ordered service hours. Community Service hours are limited to those between the ages of 13 to 18 /senior in high school. 13 year-olds must be accomapied by a parent or gaurdian. For additional information on Community Service, Click Here.