Here’s How to Volunteer in Denver This Holiday Season

November 20, 2020

Volunteer with Project Angel Heart this Thanksgiving.

With Thanksgiving just a few days away, Thrillist shares how Denverites can volunteer this season including with our client

Project Angel Heart.

“With COVID-19 cases surging, healthcare professionals are on the frontline. Almost all the hospitals in the Denver area are accepting volunteers for a variety of positions, so check your nearest hospital for opportunities. Beyond getting involved with hospitals directly, there are plenty of other options for those who want to lend their time in this field. Planned Parenthood continues to be a leader in providing family planning services, cancer screenings, and more—sign up to help remotely by making phone calls or in person at their health centers. Denver Hospice also has a variety of volunteer roles, from visiting with patients and providing emotional support to administrative duties like filing and answering phone calls. Project Cure works to deliver donated medical supplies to struggling countries around the world and is looking for help with sorting, driving, and more. Project Angel Heart supports those battling illness by providing medically tailored meals and has a lot of socially distant ways to help, including decorating meal bags to help brighten patients’ days,” wriest Molly Martin, contributing writer to Thrillist.

For more information on how to get involved volunteering with Project Angel Heart, visit their website here.


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