Saturday, April 28, 2018 | 08:30-10:30 a.m.
National Volunteer Month comes to a close with a breakfast celebration for the whole community. The event is a collaboration with United Way of Larimer County, Volunteers of America and the City of Fort Collins. Enjoy presentations, Volunteer Hero Award designations, and a pancake breakfast.. Volunteers will have the opportunity to learn and get involved afterwards. Block One is located on Linden Street between New Belgium Brewery and Old Town Square.
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Safe Routes to School
Safe Routes to School seeks to increase the number of students safely walking and bicycling to school. Whether through bicycle and pedestrian education classes, improved sidewalks and bike lanes, or enforcing school zone speed limits, our community is working together to make walking and bicycling to school a viable choice for kids! Volunteer Description
Adaptive Recreation Opportunities
Our volunteers are part of a dynamic team who strive toward a more inclusive and fun Fort Collins for people of all abilities. We provide specialized therapeutic recreation classes and events, and inclusion support for classes listed in the Recreator. Volunteer Description
Fort Collins Senior Center
The Fort Collins Senior Center provides adults an opportunity to access and engage in recreational opportunities, stay active and socialize. The Senior Center's diverse program selection includes travel, outdoor adventure, special events, fitness, art and more. The Senior Center is open to all adults, but specializes in programming for adults 50 years of age & up. Volunteer Description
The City of Fort Collins (FC) Volunteer Program is designed to creatively engage people in their unique talents. Everyone has unique talents, and when those are paired with a passion to help the results can be amazing. With that aim, the City promotes volunteer involvement to improve services and create community.
Why I Volunteer
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FC Volunteers contribute over 146,000 hours per year with an annual economic impact of $3.8 million for our City. 8,126 people volunteered for the City of Fort Collins in 2017. The top three departments for volunteer hours include Recreation, Cultural Services and Parks.