Volunteer Appreciation

Between Oct. 15, 2021 and Oct. 15, 2022, 916 volunteers gave back to the community by volunteering 30,045 hours with City and County of Broomfield programs. Through these efforts, residents across the county are able to enjoy programs and services that wouldn't be possible without dedicated volunteers.

Volunteer Appreciation Banquet 

Celebrate the impact volunteers make in the Broomfield community at this year's Volunteer Appreciation Banquet! Individuals who have volunteered with the City and County of Broomfield one or more times between Oct. 15, 2021 and Oct. 15, 2022 are invited to participate in a fun evening of live entertainment and recognition of volunteer impact. Dinner will be provided along with opportunity to meet fellow volunteers. The festivities will take place Dec. 7 from 6-8 p.m. in the Lakeshore Room at the Broomfield Community Center. Email Volunteer@Broomfield.org with questions. The Volunteer Appreciation Banquet has reached capacity. If you would like to be added to the waitlist, please RSVP by Dec. 1 and you will be notified 24-48 hours before the event if additional space is available.  

Public Art Displays

Throughout the month of December, three exhibits will be displayed in the lobbies of the Broomfield Community Center, Paul Derda Recreation Center and Broomfield Library to express appreciation for the difference volunteers have made in Broomfield. Stop by one of these locations today to learn more about the impact volunteers make in the community.

Volunteer Impact

Volunteers model what it means to serve the community with compassion, integrity and humility. Broomfield residents enjoy programs and services that wouldn't be possible without dedicated volunteers. Here's a small snapshot of the impact City and County of Broomfield volunteers made in 2022:

  • Ensured seniors had access to nutritious meals by delivering 26,215 meals through Meals on Wheels and serving 8,803 meals at the Lakeshore Cafe
  • Grew and donated over 350 lbs of food, supported five educational gardens and answered over 1,500 home garden questions
  • Coached 2,238 youth athletes, helping them grow as people both on and  off the field
  • Increased the number of positive wildlife interactions in Broomfield through the Nature Program and Wildlife Masters community education programs
  • Provided 7,933 services to persons affected by trauma, including crisis intervention, emotional support and resource referrals 
  • Catalogued 900 items in Broomfield History Collections, made publically available in an online database
  • Assisted with over 100 police investigations, ensuring cases are successfully closed in a timely manner
  • Made the Broomfield Library a welcoming community space through compassion, integrity, respect and selfless service
  • Provided fingerprinting services twice a week to over 420 people living or working in Broomfield County

How to Volunteer

Visit Broomfield.org/Volunteer or email Volunteer@Broomfield.org to learn how you can make a difference by volunteering with City and County of Broomfield programs.