Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care is seeking volunteers to join our team. Volunteer training is provided, as well as ongoing support and education opportunities to be sure you feel ready and equipped to help our patients. Hours are flexible, depending on your schedule. Join a growing network of volunteers providing this critical support and find out what they have learned . . . it's indescribably rewarding and life transforming! Contact Linda Freund at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-504-1309 for more information.
The American Red Cross is seeking people to volunteer their time and help save lives at the Sound the Alarm home fire safety and smoke alarm installation events beginning September 23 through October 14. Most events are Saturday morning from 8:30-12:30, there are 19 different events across Colorado. Sound the Alarm in Colorado is part of the nationwide Red Cross effort to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries from home fires. By volunteering with the Red Cross, you can truly make a difference in someone’s life. Please join us and help Sound the Alarm by volunteering
Our good friends at Wish of a Lifetime recently launched their second annual #14er4aSenior campaign to help raise funds to grant life-enriching wishes to seniors. The campaign encourages people in Colorado to hike any 14er in honor of a grandparent, a neighbor, or a senior that inspires you. By making a donation to the organization, not only will you be helping to improve the lives of seniors in Colorado and across the country, you’ll also be entered into a giveaway to win a trip to the Caribbean! Join us in supporting their cause, together we can change the lives of many seniors!
Arapahoe County Foundation fund for Southview Apartment Fire Victims established LITTLETON, CO --- A fund has been established through the Arapahoe County Foundation to assist victims of the Southview Place Towers Apartments fire that occurred on April 6 in the 5800 block of S. Windermere St. More than 130 senior citizens have been displaced by the fire and although all are now in housing, the crisis is far from over and many of the current housing solutions are temporary.
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