Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Center on Colfax. Volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization — we love our volunteers!

Why Volunteer

Last year, more than 950 dedicated people from all walks of life helped The Center on Colfax fulfill our mission by donating over 18,000 hours of their time. From greeting visitors at the front desk to facilitating support groups to helping us grow Denver PrideFest into the third largest pride celebration in the country, The Center on Colfax's volunteers make a real difference in our community.

Steps to Becoming a Volunteer at The Center
  1. Fill out a volunteer application: Decide whether you wish to volunteer at The Center on Colfax or with Denver Pride and fill out the appropriate application.
  2. Volunteer orientation: After filling out the online application, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the orientation video.
  3. Connect with a staff member and start volunteering: After completing orientation, you will receive an email with available volunteer opportunities and instructions on how to connect with a staff member to start volunteering at The Center on Colfax.

Please Note: Individuals interested in volunteering at Denver PrideFest need to check back in April 2020

Volunteer Opportunities

There are so many rewarding ways to get involved and give back to the LGBTQ community with The Center on Colfax. We'd love to have you join our wonderful team of volunteers!

Friendly Visitor

Offer social support for older LGBTQ adults who reside in a care center or assisted living community

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Front Desk Greeter

Answer phones, provide resources and give a warm welcome to all of The Center's visitors

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Phone-A-Friend Caller

Promote social connectivity by having a friendly phone conversation with an older adult each week

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Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Tennisia!

Tennisia is one of the amazing people that we are fortunate to have involved in our volunteer program at The Center on Coflax. Her story of finding community and feeling empowered by her work is something that many of our volunteers can relate to.