Greeley Volunteer Opportunities


The City of Greeley has a wide range of ongoing and one-time volunteer opportunities! 



Annual Update

We value our volunteers at the City of Greeley. Volunteers allow us to enhance our high quality services and advance our goal of achieving community excellence. Join our team of passionate volunteers to give something back and make a difference in your community.

In 2018 volunteers served over 54,141 total hours across all city programs! That amounts to an economic impact of $1.45 million dollars! Greeley volunteers help us to keep our programs running, provide essential help to our community, and help to enrich the quality of life for our community members!

Thank you to all our amazing volunteers!

Our Volunteer Programs

Use the list below to find and connect with specific volunteer and local involvement opportunities.


Active Adult Center
Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR)
Boards and Commissions
Linn Grove Cemetery
Natural Areas
Neighbor Labor
Poudre River Trail
Rodarte Center
Union Colony Civic Center
Victim Assistance
Youth Sports Coach

Other Opportunities

Help out Santa Cops!

Santa Cops of Weld County is dedicated to providing toys to children who would otherwise receive nothing at Christmas. We will strive to improve Police-Community relations and give those throughout Weld County who might otherwise be forgotten. 

Help out Greeley PD by signing up to help with gift wrapping, donating toys, or with monetary donations! Check out their Facebook page or email for more info 

There are other ways to be involved in your community besides volunteering! Check out the Community Engagement page for more information.

Volunteer at Weld Project Connect!

A one-day event that provides FREE on-site services to those in need! Come help out on Friday, October 18th from 12:00pm-4:30pm at Island Grove Park in Greeley.

Individuals experiencing housing instability, job loss, age or health problems, or other issues that can interrupt a life will be able to receive over 70 free services including health screenings, flu shots, community assistance, education assistance, documentation and human serves, haircuts, or veteran services! 


Seeking Elementary Literacy Tutors in the Greeley Area! No experience required!

Colorado Youth for a Change (CYC) is a local educational nonprofit organization and our mission is to solve Colorado’s dropout crisis. Each year, 10,000 students dropout in Colorado alone. CYC feels one student that drops out is one too many so we are committed to improving the dropout rate provides a continuum of services from Kindergarten through High School to help students find success through tutoring, case management, and outreach to help in-school youth remain in school or out-of-school youth return to school.

Want to help and get involved? Be the change and serve as a literacy tutor through Colorado Reading Corps in a local Greeley grade school supporting students with their reading proficiency. Commit to full-time service from end of October to end of May and receive a monthly stipend of $1100 (pretax) and a $3,047 education award for successful completion of service that can be used to pay back student loans or for future educational expenses. Members typically serve from 7:30am – 3:30pm Mon – Fri while school is in session (members get all school breaks off!)

Must be 18 or older and have a high school degree or G.E.D. to be eligible, but no experience required. We will fully train every AmeriCorps member. Several service opportunities available throughout the Greeley area.

Positively impact the lives of youth in our community while getting financial support to do so!

For more information, please email Jessica Lambdin @, with the subject “CO Reading Corps”