Give Someone a Hand Up

Do some good

We believe that a little goodwill can go a long way. By volunteering in Denver and northern Colorado with Goodwill, you could help change lives for thousands in need. Investments don’t always come in the form of money—the gift of your time is just as precious. That’s why Goodwill offers a variety of volunteer opportunities. Plus, volunteer work provides a sense of pride and accomplishment while helping others.

Flexible and right in your neighborhood

We make volunteering in Denver and northern Colorado easier than ever. Our volunteer opportunities stretch far and wide, with many Colorado school locations and Career Connection Centers to choose from. Saying that we’re proud of the community we serve would be an understatement. You’ll find many opportunities to contribute by volunteering at Goodwill.

Ways to Get Involved

Nobody does it better than somebody who’s been there. Give the gift of community service by offering up your own valuable real-world experience.

Volunteer Opportunities with Goodwill

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7Everyday Hero Yumino Kimura helps teach English through Goodwill Denver's Newcomer Program. Goodwill volunteer helps refugee students at Denver's South High School.

Middle school students are working hard to build their business plans. When you volunteer at our Shark Tank Presentations, you're allowing students to practice their public speaking skills!

There are always opportunities to volunteer with Goodwill! Check out our list of volunteer events happening at schools across the metro area to find one near you.

DPD's Sunday Matinee: GoodGuides

Since 2014, Denver Police officers have taken on the role of mentor through Goodwill Industries of Denver’s GoodGuides program. One day a week, the officers meet with their mentees in an effort to help better prepare them for their futures, while also building positive relationships with Denver’s youth. Watch the video above to see how the program is impacting the mentors and the mentees.