Boulder County CareConnect (BCCC) believes that everyone deserves to live and age with dignity. Our volunteers provide safety net services for our 60+ senior neighbors to help them stay safe and live more independently.
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All BCCC clients must complete the Client Liability Waiver Form and Consumer Information Assessment.
Skilled volunteers perform minor home repairs including grab installation, wheel chair and walker repair, fire alarm installation, and more to help seniors stay safe in their homes.
Volunteers shovel snow all winter to help seniors comply with municipal regulations and reduce their risk of falling.
The IceBusters program is no longer open to new enrollment.
Volunteers use their own vehicles to provide escorted transportation to and from medical appointments for those who can’t get there themselves.
(Medical Mobility services are provided in partnership with Via)
Volunteers perform basic yard maintenance to help seniors comply with municipal regulations and reduce their risk of falling.
Boulder County CareConnect has been the local RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) station since 1972. RSVP is one of the largest volunteer networks in the nation for people 55 and over. As an RSVP volunteer you can use the skills and talents you’ve learned over the years, or develop new ones while serving in a variety of local activities. Enroll as an RSVP volunteer and we can help you navigate the many Boulder County nonprofits and help you find the perfect volunteer situation. You simply choose how, where, and when you want to volunteer.
Click Here to volunteer for RSVP