5045 West 1st Avenue • Denver, CO 80219
Monday – Thursday
9:00 am – 12:30 pm
Monday – Thursday
9:30 am – 2:45 pm
or by appointment
THRIFT CENTER Hours
Monday – Thursday
9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Director of medical services
Volunteer - Karen Hayes
Volunteer - Ron Davis
Food Bank manager
Job Readiness Coordinator
Volunteer - Angie Medina
Medical Office Coordinator
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES DULL VOLUNTEERS
WE HAVE FUN HERE TOO!
Meet our ACS Three Amigos
Volunteers, where do they come from?
VOLUNTEERS – THE LIFEBLOOD OF ACS COMMUNITY L.I.F.T.
To say that ACS runs “lean and mean” is an understatement! We have five paid members of our team. The rest are volunteers. And, we KNOW that we would not be able to do anything we do without them. They truly make our world go ‘round! From meeting our clients as they come in the door, to acting as their personal shoppers in the food bank, each and every one of our clients comes in contact with perhaps a half dozen volunteers each time they visit us. We KNOW we have the best volunteers in the land. Because when our clients leave – whether from one of our medical clinics, thrift store, food bank, job readiness program, or one of our many other programs – they feel that they have been listened to and understood. We help provide them with HOPE and the knowledge that they matter. The gift of self-worth may be the most important thing they receive at ACS.
WHO ARE OUR VOLUNTEERS?
Well, " they" could be YOU! If "they" are not you, we hope "they" will be in the future. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, from all backgrounds, from all over. Our volunteers come with many diverse religious, ethnic, and professional backgrounds, working together as a team with the common goal of serving their fellow man. “Volunteering gives you the opportunity to exercise yourself as God’s hands.” Janelle Wolfe
Here’s the link to our Volunteer Application
- If you want to enrich your life, volunteer. Mary Thorpe-Mease
- Volunteering: A noble thought turned into action. Manuel Arango
- Knowing you have made a small difference makes volunteering worth it. Suzanne Bergen
- I get so much more back from volunteering than I could possibly give. Pat Bell
Santa Store volunteers for 2012, what a team!
Denver Metro area Seventh-day Adventist church members support all facets of the Center
Seniors Resource, Inc
. and Rocky Mountain SER
, place seniors participating in the U.S. Senior Labor program. This program allows seniors over age 55 to train part time at minimum wage with a host agency such as ACS to supplement their income and produce new job skills
- Denver Human Services, Jefferson County Workforce, Denver County Housing Authority and Jefferson County Housing Authority all utilize ACS Community LIFT as a host agency for families required to complete hours of community service in order to keep their benefiits of TANF and subsidized housing.
Community service ordered by the courts provides individuals who are trying to get their lives in order so they can move on
High School students who are required to perform a certain number of community service hours for class credits
Volunteers of America, RSVP
(Retired Senior and Volunteer Program) brings many professional retired individuals that have a heart to serve
, are available for drop in emergency type service from companies and individuals when there is a special need
an online resource to match a volunteer’s needs with a non-profit agency
Neighbors and individuals who were destined to volunteer for a season – some of our best volunteers have come from our very own neighborhood
Thanksgiving week 2012
Referrals from happy volunteers bring more happy volunteers. We never have too many. So come on down and join the fun.
Meridan Health bringing and unloading 100 Thanksgiving meals