Volunteering during your college experience has a multitude of benefits. You can make a difference in your immediate community or one far from home. You'll learn about yourself, community needs, and social issues that impact all of us. You will also have the opportunity to personally grow - you'll learn more about yourself, your values, and the issues you care enough about to take action.
If you are a CU Denver student or student organization needing some assistance getting connected to a volunteer opportunity or project, send an email to email@example.com and a staff member will be happy to assist you.
Have a suggestion for an agency or opportunity looking for volunteers to add to our database or be featured in the Student Life Newsletter? Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Volunteer Opportunity”.
Community Action Grants (CAG) are micro-grants for registered CU Denver student organizations to buy supplies and materials for community service projects. Our goal is that your group learns about the social issue(s) your chosen agency supports, how to manage projects efficiently, and serve your community as a team.
Did you know that 45% of college students are food insecure? Your helping hands mean the world to people in need of food. There are so many ways to volunteer at Food Bank of the Rockies, and every bit helps us help others. We provide the training, the safe environment, and the communal fun. All you have to do is show up.
Learn more about the Food Bank of the Rockies
Extreme Community Makeover takes a neighborhood based approach to their projects. ECM believes that being a part of your community is a really important part of life. When you get to know your neighbors and being to build relationships with them, you start to help and look out for one another and that's part of living together in a shared geographical space.
Learn More about Extreme Community Makeover.