Do you want to give back? Do you want to make a difference? Are you looking for a one-time opportunity? Maybe you want a steady gig? We can help you with all of that!
We have more than 400 men and women who every day add to the amazing culture of empowering residents to live enriching lives.
Volunteers help with…
…..and so much more!
Volunteering makes a huge difference in the lives of the older adults we serve, but really as our volunteers tell it, they reap the benefits of the experience just as much as the residents and clients!
Our volunteer programs are based in our owned communities in the Denver metro area, click on one of the tiles below to learn more.
Serving residents since 1972, Clermont park, a Life Plan Community, offers multiple levels of service and care all under the same roof. Clermont Parks reputation for being one of the best retirement communities in Denver is based on our commitment to always be forward-thinking and evolve with the changing needs of residents.
“Even the simplest forms of assistance that you can afford the residents are always so appreciated and warmly acknowledged. Those types of encounters will always lighten up your day.”
-Craig Davis, Long-time Clermont Park volunteer
Holly Creek, a Life Plan Community is committed to serving people, not profits. We fully believe a warm and caring atmosphere fosters meaningful friendships and retirement experiences. Our community is locally owned and operated which gives us the flexibility to customize entire life experiences for residents.Learn More
Someren Glen, a Life Plan Community has been in the Centennial area since 1990 and has been a trusted provider of quality personalized care and services. Our mission infuses everything we do: “To enrich the quality and dignity of life for older adults through services and care that reflect Christian love, respect, and compassion toward each individual.”
“Simply stated… volunteering centers me. With the hectic nature of my job I find myself looking forward to my time spent at Someren Glen.”
-Dr. Amy Dore, DHA, Associate Professor at Metropolitan State University, Denver
Anyone with a willing heart can make a difference in our communities. You don’t need to have any special qualifications. And it’s a great way to connect with the generation who shaped our nation!
Volunteers founded CLC, they organized, fundraised, they even lent a hand to building our first nursing home and cleaned it before we opened our doors in 1972 – we wouldn’t even BE without the wonderful commitment of volunteers!
"Clermont is MY HOME. The first time I walked through the front doors, I knew that this was a place I could call home. Living here is enriching, fulfilling and exciting."