Flood Recovery Volunteer Opportunities

Little Thompson River Cleanup / Weld County between Berthoud and I-25

Help clean up debris left on the riverbanks.
June 14, 2014 
For more details or to sign-up cal Deb at 303-532-7563 or email dcampbell@rmcumc.com

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Seeking Volunteer Disaster Case Managers

Weld Recovers is seeking volunteer case managers who will work directly with individual (or family) flood survivors and assist them by coordinating necessary services and resources to address their complex disaster recovery needs.


 THANK YOU for your interest in supporting the flood recovery efforts of Weld County. We anticipate opening up group volunteer scheduling for late spring & summer 2014 beginning in March. Locations for flood-recovery volunteering in Weld County include the Town of Evans, Town of Kersey, Town of Greeley, unincorporated Weld County and other locations across the County.

We invite you to complete the group interest form below if you would like to be contacted about scheduling your group to volunteer in Weld County.
Completing this form does not guarantee we can schedule your group to volunteer in 2014.  Please keep in mind the recovery phase is a long-term effort that will continue for at least two years.
If you have a question for the volunteer coordination committee of Weld Recovers please send an e-mail to:  weldrecoversvolunteer@gmail.com

Volunteer Group/Team Registration Form


Flood Recovery Volunteers – Work Assignments

Project assignments will be determined by the construction coordinator or site coordinator and depend upon the availability of projects and the skill level of teams.  Every effort is made to inform a team of their work assignment a week in advance of their arrival, but as we work with other organizations and teams, project sites are very fluid and things can change rapidly.  We will do our best to see that teams are prepared for their projects.  We appreciate your patience and understanding in this process.