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Colorado Springs area volunteer opportunities starting March 3

The Gazette - 3/4/2020

These agencies need volunteers. Call about opportunities and time commitment.

American Cancer Society — Transport cancer patients to treatment; 1-800-227-2345,

Care and Share Food Bank — Sort and pack food boxes. Individuals, families and groups welcome; 434-4677,,

Cerebral Palsy Association of Colorado Springs — 638-0808.

Community Partnership for Child Development/Head Start — 635-1536, ext. 276,

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the Pikes Peak Region — Make a difference in the life of an abused or neglected child; 447-9898,

The District Attorney’s Office — 520-6037,

El Paso County Parks — Volunteer needed to help with QR Code project to enhance recreation in regional parks; Christine: 520-6996.

First Visitor — Visits homes of families with newborns; English- and Spanish-speaking volunteers needed;

Greccio Housing — Volunteer painters, landscapers and more;

• KPC Kids’ Place — Crisis and respite nursery for children to age 5 at risk of abuse and neglect; 634-5439.

Manitou Art Center — 685-1861.

Multiple Sclerosis Alliance — 633-4603,

Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments/Area Agency on Aging — 471-2096, ext. 114.

Project Angel Heart — Bring meals to severely ill, homebound people;

Ronald McDonald House of Southern Colorado — Volunteers needed for family rooms, houses and office work; Emily Berg, 471-1814,

Salvation Army — Homeless Feeding Dinner Meal volunteer opportunity; 636-3891,

SET Family Medical Clinics — Volunteer doctors, PAs, NPs and RNs to help uninsured, underinsured and low-income people;

Silver Key Senior Services — Food bank, front desk, thrift store and driver volunteers;

Sisters Thrift and Boutique — Sort clothing and household items to benefit Benet Hill Monastery; 282-0316.

Teen Court — Nonprofit provides second chance for kids ages 11 to 18 who have broken the law; 475-7815.

Volunteers of America — People 60 and older to be foster grandparents;

Warm Hearts — Warm Babies — Sew, knit, crochet or quilt items for underserved newborns;

Wild Forever Foundation — Wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and education group; 475-9453,

Women Build — Help Saturdays with Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity Women Build homes; 475-7800.

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