University of Northern Colorado
Over the three years, the estimated number of volunteers will increase from 700 to approximately 750 as the new programs of Disaster Preparedness and the Weld county Veteran Stand Down and other programs for veterans are realized. They will serve in a network of 935 volunteer stations. Some of the service activities include serving congregate meals at senior and recreation centers; grocery shopping and delivering to home bound senior/disabled individuals, delivering meals as a part of Meal on Wheels, reading to young children in schools and working with veterans and their families in Weld County and assisting with Medicare questions and tax preparation. Stations include churches, day care programs for the elderly, museums, community agencies, hospitals and preschool programs and Weld County RSVP office.