Volunteers are the heart of Boulder County CareConnect! Our network of dedicated citizens provides much more than essential safety net services to local seniors in need; we help alleviate isolation, foster independence, enhance safety and security, and support seniors aging in place.
At BCCC, we offer a wide range of meaningful volunteer opportunities for almost anyone, regardless of age, skill level, or schedule. Check out our events and opportunities below:
Find out all about opportunities with Boulder County CareConnect and throughout the community.
Located at the Boulder County CareConnect office, 6325 Gunpark Drive #F in Boulder. Please let us know if you can join. Call 303.443.1933 ext. 402 or e-mail us Here.
Our programs help seniors and adults with disabilities stay safe and live more independently. You may choose to work directly with seniors or contribute to our mission by working in a support position.
Our Carry-Out Caravan program takes helps local elders, who may be homebound or cannot otherwise shop on their own, get the groceries they need. Each week our Carry-Out volunteers:
Please consider volunteering to take orders, shop, or deliver groceries. Click Here to learn more or to volunteer for Carry-Out Caravan.
Make home repairs that decrease the risk of falling and make seniors’ homes safer. Our skilled volunteers will:
Click Here to learn more about or to volunteer for Fix-It.
“Adopt-A-Senior Sidewalk” this winter! Remove sidewalk ice and snow from our clients’ homes in Boulder County and help them stay safe while helping them comply with municipal snow shoveling regulations.
Click Here to learn about or to volunteer for IceBusters.
Provide escorted rides to and from medical appointments. Volunteers use their own vehicles and may be eligible for mileage reimbursement. Yes, we need Medical Mobility drivers!
Click Here to learn more about or volunteer for Medical Mobility.
Provide basic yard maintenance to help our elder neighbors reduce the risk of falls and accidents, comply with municipal regulations, and beautify their yards and neighborhoods. We provide two ways for you to participate: 1) your group can join one of our Silver Yard Cleanup Days, November 7-11 or individuals can Adopt A Senior’s Yard for the whole summer (next year)!
Get the details about YardBusters Here
Do you enjoy helping local seniors get critical services that help them stay safe and live more independently? If so, Boulder County CareConnect needs your help. As a Client Intake Specialist you will work in our Boulder office 2 to 3 hours per week assisting elders over the phone, signing them up for and scheduling Boulder County CareConnect services, and providing general program support.
This position requires a compassionate, dependable, and computer-savvy volunteer.
Click Here to volunteer as a Client Intake Specialist.
Click Here to volunteer for the RSVP program.
Can I work with for more than one program?
Do I need to have a background check?
Yes. To keep our clients safe, we require that all volunteers complete a simple background check.
I would like to volunteer. Is there a minimum time commitment?
Glad you’re interested! Our volunteer program is very flexible. You can make a weekly commitment or sign up when you have spare time. That said, we do ask that you contribute 6 to 8 hours each month with a 6-month minimum commitment.
What is RSVP?
The RSVP, or Retired & Senior Volunteer Program, is a nationwide and federally funded program that matches volunteers aged 55-and-older with meaningful opportunities in their communities. Boulder County CareConnect has been the local RSVP station since 1972. We are here to connect you with opportunities in over 40 Boulder County nonprofits.
7. Is there anything comparable to BCCC in other counties?
We are often told that Boulder County CareConnect is unique and special because we provide several volunteer-powered safety net services under one roof. If you are looking for similar services in other locations we recommend checking in with local senior centers or county area agencies on aging if available. These organizations can often provide information about the services in your area.