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ORGANIZATION: Loveland Youth Gardeners

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 1 person is interested

Looking to engage with our community in a meaningful way?

Help us to shop for items needed to provide delicious and nutritious snacks for all of our programs this season! We are looking for a volunteer to take over the snack shopping errands. They will work with our program director to go over items needed at snack time for each program, then shop from that list.

Hours are flexible and this can be done on your own time! You will receive a list each week and provide items by Tuesday morning each week.

Programming begins in May and runs through September - our busiest time will be throughout the summer. Hoping to have a volunteer committed by early May.

Contact our Volunteer Coordinator at for more information.

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About Loveland Youth Gardeners


PO Box 1004, Loveland, CO 80539, US

Mission Statement

Mission: Loveland Youth Gardeners empowers youth facing challenges to cultivate life/work skills, environmental stewardship and community service. Vision: Loveland Youth Gardeners helps youth blossom as individuals and grow in their relationships with people and the Earth. Our Goals: Develop job and life skills Promote active volunteerism through community service Encourage environmental stewardship by educating about natural resource and conservation practices Our Values: Positive relationships Respect for self, others, and environment Community Engagement Compassion Commitment Diversity Collaboration Interdependence


Youth Gardening Program - (May to September) Students grow their own gardens, are taught a gardening curriculum, attend field trips and hear guest speakers, give tours of the garden, operate a road side farm stand and donate pesticide-free produce to low-income residents of the community.

Leaf-Out - (nearly year-round) Students can move to this "next" level program where they further develop job, social & life skills by working in the community/production garden, process/sell produce to local venues, and volunteer in community service projects.

Enterprise Internship - (nearly year-round) Students can apply to move into the Enterprise Internship program where their focus is on developing a product using herbs and/or produce from the gardens, marketing/sales & managing a business.

Branch Out - (Year-round Outreach Program) Branch Out focuses on serving all youth (ages 3-21) in our community. Programming and activities can go "on the road" to serve young people where they learn, live, work, or can be hosted on-site at LYG.

Loveland Plant a Row for the Hungry - Loveland Youth Gardeners initiated Loveland PAR in 2005. To date, the large community network that makes up Loveland PAR has contributed nearly 195,000 lbs. of produce to needy families in our community.


Children & Youth
Children & Youth, Community, Hunger


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2500 East 1st StreetLoveland, CO 80537



  • Youth Services
  • Environmental Education
  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Delivery
  • Community Outreach
  • People Skills


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Volunteers are asked to help shop for items; the time spent will be entirely up to the volunteer and is subjective to how long it take individuals to find all of the items listed on our snack list.
  • Volunteers must provide their own transportation.

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