Social & Volunteer Opps

Are you searching for ways to get involved, find social connections, and give back to your community? See the information below about your local libraries, senior centers, and volunteer opportunities near you.

Agencies and Programs

A Little Help
(970) 412-9396

  • A Little Help is a nonprofit organization that connects neighbors to help seniors thrive.
  • Volunteer services are offered to older adults including transportation, friendly visits, yard/home chores, technology/handy help, caregiver respite, and snow shoveling.
  • Social/educational programming engages meaningful intergenerational community with neighbors of all ages and backgrounds.
  • Engaging the epidemic of isolation through Teen Teams and Student Ambassadors, Scouts & Sages, summer picnics and events, and local interest groups such as book groups, coffee meet-ups, lunches.

Partnership for Age-Friendly Communities Self-directed Volunteer Teams
(970) 310-4900

  • A PAFC self-directed volunteer team is a multi-skilled group of adult volunteers who share responsibilities and are assigned to address a challenge or opportunity in their community.
  • Contact the PAFC by calling the number above or filling out an online contact form here to learn more information and apply for a self-directed volunteer team.

Senior Centers in Larimer County

  • There are 6 senior centers in Larimer County. Click on the link above to learn more.

United Way
(970) 407-7000

  • United Way offers a variety of volunteer opportunities as well as resources that can assist you in finding volunteer opportunities that fit you interests and skillset in locations near you!
  • Search the Opportunity Calendar for upcoming volunteer opportunities in Larimer County.

Volunteers of America Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
(970) 472-9630

  • The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program’s mission is to assist volunteers in finding meaningful volunteer opportunities in which they can share their experience, abilities and skills for the betterment of their community and themselves.
  • Larimer RSVP works to match volunteers, age 55 and better, with opportunities at more than 50 Partner Agencies throughout Larimer County.
  • Read more information and download a Larimer RSVP Enrollment Form

Resource Guides

View the Answers on Aging Resource Guidean online-viewable PDF booklet with a list of aging-related resources in Larimer County. Use the Tips for Navigating the Answers on Aging Guide for helpful suggestions for navigating this database.

  • Information on social and volunteer opportunities can be found on the following pages:
    • Senior Centers, p. 61-62
    • Senior Clubs/Organizations, p. 62
    • Support Organizations and Groups, p. 63-65
    • Volunteer Opportunities, p. 73
    • Wellness Classes, p. 74-75

The Network of Care Service Directory is an online database that can help you find specific resources close to your home. Use the Tips for Navigating the Network of Care Service Directory  for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.

The Seniors Blue Book of Northern Colorado offers a comprehensive guide to aging-related resources, services, and activities in Northern Colorado. Browse service lists. Click Tips for Navigating the Seniors Blue Book Resource Guide for helpful suggestions on navigating this database.

  • Information on social and volunteer opportunities can be found on the following pages:
    • Aquatic Classes and Therapies, pp. 12-13
    • Casino Trips, p. 15
    • Continuing Education Opportunities, p. 16
    • Libraries, pp. 34-35
    • Senior Activities and Entertainment, p. 45-46
    • Senior Centers, pp. 46-48
    • Senior Organizations and Services, pp. 49-51
    • Volunteer Opportunities, pp. 57