URGENT Volunteer Opportunities
Aurora Community Connection
Volunteers are needed for the tutoring program that focuses on reading intervention and homework assistance. The program is offered Monday through Thursday. Two sessions are available, 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. They would really appreciate the help. The program has a strong focus of helping students achieve reading skills at their grade level. Contact Aliria Bello at 720.975.0147 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. They are located at 9801 E. Colfax Ave. Suite 200 in Aurora, directly across from the MLK library.
Community Volunteer Opportunities
Lend a Hand If you have ever wanted to volunteer for the City of Aurora, now is the perfect time. Numerous departments and divisions are looking for volunteers for a variety of tasks and responsibilities. Take a look at this document. Department contacts are listed for your convenience, feel free to call or email with any questions you may have.
Lend A Hand
Make a Difference
Many non-profit organizations and charities in the Aurora community need volunteers. Review this document to see if any particular location interests you. Contact information is available for your convenience. Together, we can make a difference.
Make a Difference
Help an elderly or disabled individual in your neighborhood by joining the Snow Busters Team. You will be matched with a resident in need, who lives within two miles of your home. Help provide peace of mind and safe sidewalks this winter! Check out the brochure for more details. Apply online at auroragov.org/snowbusters or call 303.739.7083 for more information. Snow Busters
Judges and Volunteers Needed!
Aurora History Day Contest March 18, 2017
Aurora Public Schools Regional Contest
2017 Theme: Taking a Stand in History
Anschutz Medical Campus, Education 2 Building
Students from Aurora Public Schools are busy working on their research projects! We have more schools competing in 2017, so we need more judges and volunteers! To find out more, or to register to volunteer, visit http://auroranhdc.weebly.com/judges--volunteers.html
The Senior Hub 2017 Spring Clean-Up
Join The Senior Hub has they help seniors with yard cleanup.
The dates are April 26 and 29 and May 10 and 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For additional information, contact Johanna Glaviano at 720-859-2248 or email@example.com. Other work dates may be available. Join alone or gather a team of co-workers, students, friends or family.
Volunteer for Literacy!
Volunteer to teach adults to read and write, prepare for a GED or learn to speak English. Training provided. No need to speak another language. Contact Brenda at Brenda@thelearningsource.org or 303.957.2883
The Learning Source
Boards and Commissions
Plan a park, build a road, support seniors or dabble in the arts. These rewarding opportunities and more are yours when you put your exciting ideas and insights to work on a city board or commission. Minimum age: 14-18. Apply online now or contact Karen Goldman at 303.739.7094 for more information.