If you are looking for a great way to get involved with the Town of Frederick, you can email Angela Wilson to be added to the volunteer email list. Angela will email you whenever there are new opportunities to help out! There are multiple opportunities throughout the year and all you need to do is pick a bite-size time slot to sign up. You'd be surprised how much even two hours can make a difference in keeping the event or project running smoothly! We appreciate your help!
We are looking for volunteers for the following events (please click the link to go to the sign-up pages):
DIY Day - May 4
Finale Fridays - May 31, June 28, July 26, August 30, September 27 & October 25
Frederick in Flight - June 21-23
Chainsaws and Chuckwagons - July 17-20
Miners Day Opens a New Window. - September 21
Anyone volunteering with the town must fill out the Volunteer Release Form Opens a New Window. before they begin their service project. Please either fill it out ahead of time or plan to arrive a few minutes early to sign the form.
Want to have fun in our event beer gardens this year? You will need to be TIPS trained and at least 21 years old. Contact Angela to sign up. Our next class is on March 27 from 6 pm - 8 pm.
We are partnering with Frederick High School to give students a chance to give back to their community by giving up a bit of their time over spring break. Youth ages 14 and up will be able to sign up for any (or all!) of the projects.
Spring Break Give Back
Sign up for one or all of the following spring break volunteer opportunities:
|Monday, March 25||1 p.m. - 3 p.m.||Frederick-Firestone Fire
|Clean the fire station and vehicles.|
|Tuesday, March 26||10 a.m - 12 p.m.|| Brigit's Bounty Community Resources
||Cold frame building in the gardens!|
|Wednesday, March 27||12 p.m. - 3 p.m.||Carbon Valley Regional Library||Nature trail maintenance at the library.|
|Thursday, March 28||11 a.m. - 1 p.m.|| Graceful Oaks Youth Ranch
||Work on a special project and explore
the ranch and animals!
|Friday, March 29||10 a.m. - 12 p.m.||Bella Rosa Golf Course|| Get the course ready for the season by
picking up range balls and washing golf carts.
Each service project ranges from 2-4 hours. All students must sign up and have their parents sign a waiver before participating in any of the fun projects.
Questions? Please contact Angela at 720-382-5513 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carbon Valley Volunteer Fair
Thank you to everyone who came out to our 2nd annual Carbon Valley Volunteer Fair on January 26th and to our partners, Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley and our host, Frederick High School! We had over 80 attendees who found volunteer positions at one of the 15 participating organizations.
A wide variety of local non-profits were on-hand so residents could learn more about all of the different volunteering options available in our community. Whether you enjoy working with children or seniors, indoors or outdoors, hands-on activities or a collaborative think-tank atmosphere, there is a volunteer opportunity for you right here in our community.
Participating organizations include our co-host Habitat for Humanity of the St. Vrain Valley, the 2019 Boulder County Fair, Brigit's Bounty Community Resources, Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce, Carbon Valley Half Marathon, Carbon Valley Relay for Life, Carbon Valley VFW Post 9741 Auxillary, Colorado Therapeutic Riding Centers, Graceful Oaks Youth Ranch, I Have a Dream Foundation, Life Stories Child & Family Advocacy, SAVA (Sexual Assault Victim Advocate Center), Senior Resource Services, United Way of Weld County and the Weld County Department of Human Services. Even if you missed the fair, please contact any of these organizations for more information about the opportunities they have available.
Questions? Contact Angela Wilson.
If your organization is looking for an ongoing service project, consider our Adopt a Place program Opens a New Window. to help keep Frederick beautiful. Or if your looking for a one-time service project (i.e. Eagle Scout projects, a service requirement for your company, National Honor Society community service hours, etc.), contact our Community Relations Manager Opens a New Window. to find something that works for you or your group and helps out the Town!
Snow Buddies Program
Can you help a senior with snow shoveling this year? Consider being a part of our Snow Buddies Program! We have seniors who have already signed up, so new we need some folks to help them out! Contact the Carbon Valley Senior Center at 303.833.2739 if you can help or need help - get matched up with a Snow Buddy!