A Little Help’s mission is connecting neighbors to help older adults thrive. As a volunteer providing services, we invite you to engage where your passions lie. There are a variety of ways to get involved, including direct service, social engagement, and outreach. Volunteering with A Little Help is flexible to fit your schedule and interests.
We provide opportunities for teens and younger volunteers to be involved as well. As a nonprofit organization, we can provide students with school community service hours, and we are happy to complete the necessary paperwork to show their participation.
If you can spare the occasional afternoon or weekend to help our older adult population with a ride to a doctor’s appointment, a quick grocery errand, or simple indoor/outdoor tasks, please complete the below application.
Applicants under the age of 18 are are required to apply with the consent of their parent or legal guardian.
Please enter below the contact information for your parent or legal guardian.
In addition to our regular volunteer opportunities, we have a few specialized programs that allow for a unique experience for both you, the member you may be helping, and the A Little Help office. These opportunities may require additional training. Please indicate below if you would be interested in learning more about any of the following. We will reach out with more information once you are confirmed as a volunteer.
ALH offers a mentoring program to connect seasonned volunteers with new volunteers.
Some of the volunteering opportunities we offer require our volunteers to be fingerprinted. We also get special grants to run some of our programs based on the number of fingerprinted volunteers working with us.
Please provide us with as much of the below information as you can at this time. It will not prohibit your application from going through, but it is often requested by grantors to ensure we are taking proper precautions with our members and their well-being.
Volunteer drivers use their own insurance coverage and drive their own automobiles. Driver’s license, registration, and auto insurance information is recommended to be on file in the A Little Help office.
The only way A Little Help can operate is if there is a mutual respect among our members, volunteers, and staff.
I understand that A Little Help is not solely a service provider but is also, and more importantly, a community. To that end, I will treat all members of A Little Help with respect and can expect such in return.
If accepted, A Little Help reserves the right to bar me from volunteering with the organization if I am in violation of this community agreement.
A Little Help carries liability insurance, and all our volunteers and older adult members are protected in the State of Colorado by the Good Samaritan Law.
By signing your volunteer application, you release A Little Help, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers and members, from any and all liability, claims, and demands of whatever kind or nature for any action or inaction by the member that may result in property damage, personal injury, or death to you, or to any person entering upon your property, whether resulting from negligence or otherwise, and you will indemnify and hold harmless A Little Help, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers and members from any liability resulting from any legal action you institute or any legal action taken against you, for any property damage, personal injury, or death or other loss resulting from the volunteer efforts by a participant in this program.
A Little Help reserves the right to utilize the contact information provided to share our mission with your contacts.