While it is the primary responsibility of the administration and residential staff to forge genuine, healthy human relationships with each child, community volunteers bring a wealth of gifts to share with each child and increase the effectiveness of our program. Community volunteers are members of our community who assist a Boys Hope Girls Hope affiliate in a variety of ways. They donate their services as board or program committee members, tutors, meal moms/dads, fundraisers, mentors office workers, etc.
Help BHGH by volunteering at the Food Bank of the Rockies. For more information contact
An Administrative Volunteer is any person who helps with routine office tasks or development activities. Examples include fundraising, special events, administrative support and seasonal tasks.
A Youth Volunteer is any person who works directly with the children, either one-on-one or in groups. Examples include tutors, mentors, group mentors and reading partners, respite providers, field trip chaperons, etc. Read more about becoming a Youth Volunteer here.
A Program Committee member is any person with an interest in being part of the effort to support the scholars and staff at BHGH by joining any one of our five Program subcommittees.
We are also looking to add members to our Young Professionals Board.
Each Boys Hope Girls Hope child has been entrusted to our care by the parent/legal guardian. In consideration of this most important responsibility, it is essential and non-negotiable that each community volunteer be screened according to specific guidelines.
To begin the screening process, please contact Reanna Driver for more information or call us at 720-524-2061. You will receive a packet of information containing the Volunteer Application and additional information.