Join Project Helping volunteers to prepare dinner for our nonprofit partners: Denver Children's Home, Urban Peak, and Sun Valley Youth! Due to COVID-19, many of our nonprofit partners have not been able to accept volunteers yet. Even so, there is still a great need to make food and serve their community members. Each week we will be making dinners for these nonprofits to help feed those in need. Come help prep, make food, and clean up!
A Kynd Leader is an ambassador for Project Helping who leads volunteer experiences once a month (or more). As a Kynd Leader, you volunteer alongside our volunteers to ensure that the experience the day of the event is fun and engaging, resulting in a positive impact on the community and the mental wellness of our volunteers. Essentially, you’re making sure every event fulfills our mission!
What is the commitment?
You are required to lead just one event per month. Events are between 2-4 hours long on a regularly scheduled day, such as the first Monday or the third Sunday of every month. The group size typically ranges from 5-15 volunteers.
Why become a Kynd Leader?
Gain Leadership Skills Build your network through meeting Kynd Leaders and Volunteers Create rapport with your non-profit partner Connect with the community Gain respectable references through Project Helping and one of our non-profit partners Support your mental wellness and others through the act of volunteering
What are the next steps?
Email Megan Ayres (Operations Manager) firstname.lastname@example.org, and Audrey Damico (Community Engagement Manager) email@example.com for next steps.