HIGH IMPACT
VOLUNTEERS

ALL OPPORTUNITIES

Food Bank

Food Bank Volunteers seek to serve marginalized individuals and families living along East Colfax in Aurora, CO, by providing compassion, encouragement, respect, and food at our weekly food banks:
  • Monday food collection & setup from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday setup and food bank ministry from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Work Readiness Tutors

Work Readiness Volunteers desire to represent Christ as we build redemptive relationships with students within the context of GED tutoring and job skills development. Tutors work one on one with students, building their knowledge and skill base as they build relationships by creating a supportive, encouraging and safe learning environment.
  • Commitment of one day a week, for a 2-hour tutoring session any Monday through Friday, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m or Tuesday nights 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

ESL Teachers

English Teachers (English as a Second Language) are not required to speak any foreign languages. Christian volunteers will receive curriculum, training and guidance throughout the school year with summers off. Trainers will have the opportunity for relational ministry as they build friendships with our eager refugee and immigrant students in the community. Choose either:
  • A commitment of two days a week, for a two hour class, any Monday through Thursday, 10am to 12pm.

Child Care

Child Care Volunteers are passionate about kids and desire the chance to be Christ with skin on to those who need child care while involved in one of ROP’s programs. Child Care volunteers build relationships with both the children and their parents by creating a supportive, encouraging and safe.

Mentors and Counselors

Volunteer Mentors and Counselors for adults seek to bring restoration and healing, to individuals and families who otherwise would not be able to obtain these services, through the facilitation of Biblically based counseling services. Counselors and clients matched based on leadership assessment of counselor experience and client need.
  • 1-2 counseling sessions per week or as needed

Community Outreach Coordinator

ROP is also seeking experienced planners to conduct one or more of the ROP large community outreaches. The Outreach Coordinator will work alongside our Community Outreach Director in planning an entire event(s) which includes:
  • Date Setting
  • Event Planning
  • Networking with churches/individuals/groups and other non-profit agencies
  • Recruiting volunteers, worship teams and/or speakers
  • Raising funds/donations and other resources needed for the event(s)
  • Administrative tasks such as producing flyers, name badges, event agenda(s), etc.
Email Vicki Bryant or call 303-898-0649

After School Tutoring(2nd - 6th graders)

The tutoring program provides academic and homework help for elementary students at Crawford Elementary. During the program, the students work with a tutor building their knowledge and skill base (including reading) as they build relationships in a supportive, encouraging, and safe learning environment.
  • Tuesday afternoons with elementary students 3:15 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Volunteers commit to coming from 3:00-4:45 one day a week.

Selah Mentor(K - 5th)

During these nights our kids are exposed to the gospel of Jesus Christ through lessons, crafts, skits, and relationships with loving adult mentors. We also offer the children opportunities to challenge themselves, to try new things, and to trust in others and in God.
  • Monday evening from 4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Volunteers commit to coming from 4:00-7:00

Youth Mentor

The teen ministry is a night of presence for middle and high school kids where volunteers prayerfully pursue redemptive friendships in a team atmosphere, allowing long-term relationships to grow organically. We accomplish this by consistently being there for them on our scheduled night, ready to listen or play a game, and developing a strong sense of safety and family for the teens.
  • Wednesday evening from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
  • Volunteers commit to coming from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Office Volunteers

Office Volunteers play a critical role as they serve as the first point of contact for many coming to ROP's building, and assist the staff and ministry by performing a variety of administrative functions, including reception, mailings, and phone coverage.
  • Weekly 2 – 4 hr. periods

Computer IT Help

Computer IT Volunteers provide behind the scenes direction and support to our ministry and staff by providing technical support as needed for our network and computers.
Meeting needs, building relationships and restoring lives through Christ in our East Colfax community.