Volunteers Needed to Help Older Adults with Yard Work

September 28, 2021 (Denver) – Colorado nonprofit A Little Help is looking for volunteers to help older adults with yard work at their upcoming Service Saturday! events. Service Saturdays! are designed to bring the community together in support of older adults. Individuals and groups from the community volunteer to assist older neighbors with their seasonal yard work needs, including raking leaves, cleaning gutters, washing windows, trimming bushes, and much more. This is a great opportunity to get involved and engage in community with your family, friends, or colleagues. Service Saturday! volunteers meet in the morning for coffee and donuts to kick off the day and get yard work assignments and tools, and meet up around noon after completing assignments for lunch to celebrate service at a local venue.

10/30 – Jeffco Event: Morning Meet (Mile Hi Church/Lakewood) 

  Lunch (Edgewater Public Market)

11/6 – Denver Event: Morning Meet (South High School) 

  Lunch (Junction Food & Drink)

If you are interested in volunteering to help your older neighbors thrive this fall, please click on the Service Saturday link, visit alittlehelp.org/ServiceSaturdays, or call A Little Help’s office at 720-242-9032 to learn more and register for your local event. If you’re an older adult who needs assistance with yard chores this fall, call our office to learn more and sign up to receive a volunteer group during your local Service Saturday! event.

A Little Help is a nonprofit that connects neighbors to help older adults thrive. Founded in 2006 in Denver, A Little Help now operates across Colorado with locations in Metro Denver, Northern Colorado, and the Western Slope in Roaring Fork and Grand Junction.

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