Volunteer

Volunteers are invited to partner with residents of specific Denver neighborhoods to complete home and neighborhood improvement projects.

  • Sandy
    "I just wanted to thank you for all the wonderful work your crew did on my home. It was a real joy meeting them and spending the day beautifying my home."
    Sandy
    Barnum Resident
  • John & Esther
    "I want to thank you from the bottom of our heart for the help you provided us. The ones who came to help us were wonderful. We appreciated all they did."
    John & Esther
    Barnum Residents
  • Jamie
    "I appreciate all the work you've done for my Grandma. She had such glowing things to say about the volunteers!" .  
    Jamie
    Villa Park Resident

A Typical Work Day

Individuals and groups such as churches, companies, families, organizations, and schools work together on exterior home and neighborhood improvement projects. When a group signs up to volunteer, they can choose the adopt a block project or the alley clean-up/graffiti removal project. When groups do the adopt a block project, they will survey their block a couple weeks ahead of time to let the residents know about the opportunity to have volunteers assist with projects at their homes and to gather more information about what projects they have in mind. Projects typically include landscaping, painting, trimming bushes, yard work, or other exterior projects that volunteers can do. When groups do the alley clean-up/graffiti removal project, they will focus on a community clean-up project that includes picking up trash and debris from the alleys, as well as painting over graffiti.

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