Our outstanding team of volunteers donates time, energy and mileage to ensure that we can fulfill our mission. It is an amazing community of people dedicated to helping those in need.
Explore volunteer opportunities at CCMOW below!
For descriptions of our volunteer opportunities, please see below. If you are ready to join our great team and make a difference in our community, please complete our online application.
Please email our Volunteer Manager, Elaine, at email@example.com
We prepare and deliver meals Monday through Friday. You can opt to have a regular shift on a weekly basis or volunteer as a substitute and fill in occasionally as your schedule allows. Both regular and substitute volunteers are highly valued!
Please click on the volunteer opportunity to learn more.
Represent CCMOW at various fairs, festivals and farmers markets year-round but primarily during the warm months.
Help with data entry and other duties; timing is flexible.
Special projects, such as packing blizzard bags or holiday boxes, occur at specific times of the year and are always lots of fun.
Make an Impact
Join our Board!
CCMOW is looking for leaders to fill positions on our Board of Directors, the elected group of volunteers who support the work of CCMOW and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. If you are interested or know of someone who might be interested please read on! What is involved in being a board member?
Attend a monthly meeting.
Serve on at least one committee.
Work to advance the organization's mission.
Serve as a community advocate for the organization.
Actively participate in fundraising initiatives.
Provide fiduciary oversight.
Commitment is roughly 4-6 hours each month.
Want to learn more? Contact Board President Marc Sisler to learn more at (720) 360-6029 or firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this quick form and we will reach out to share more information.
Can children volunteer?
We are often asked if children can participate in volunteer work. Due to the nature of the work, most opportunities require adults. However, children and teens can often volunteer with an adult. For instance, although Delivery Drivers must be 21, parents and grandparents who deliver meals are welcome to bring their kids or grandkids, regardless of age.
Children and their families often get involved by making cards or holiday favors for clients. Please click here to learn about Guidelines for Decorating Bags and Cards.